COVID-19 Community Supports – Available community programs and resources to help families impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. We will continue to update this list of community resources regularly.
Self-Care Guide – Now more than ever, it's important to prioritize self-care. Our Self-Care Guide offers tips and resources to help you and your family maintain physical and emotional well-being.
Pupil personnel workers (PPWs) act as case managers for identified students, making program changes and monitoring progress. They collaborate with administrators, parents, counselors and teachers, and use knowledge of MCPS programs and community resources to determine interventions and placement for students. We recognize and value the role families play in the educational success of students and can help you with questions or concerns that may arise throughout the school year.
PPWs can be contacted by calling their assigned school, or by contacting Pupil Personnel and Attendance Services at 240-740-5620.
Regular school attendance is essential for student success. When attendance improves, the student's academic prospects and chance of graduation improves. To promote school attendance, MCPS has launched a campaign to address absenteeism. The campaign includes:
MCPS is committed to engaging all students and making sure they have the supports they need to stay on track for success in school and in life.
School-based SWBT is a collaborative problem-solving team focusing on unique student needs and family outreach. Their primary role is to support students to reduce barriers to learning, conduct outreach, problem-solve, and support students who are demonstrating mental health concerns and/or not engaging in their online educational program.
The SWBT work with families and students to:
PPWs provide service and assistance to students, families and schools in the following four areas: