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Resources for Students and Families - click on the words "Resources for Students and Families" to the left for a resource and support document that focuses on student welfare specific to such topics as child abuse, family violence, suicide hotline, LGBTQ support, and hate-bias resources.  


 Helping Victims of Domestic Violence During the COVID-19 Health Crisis - Avoiding public spaces and working remotely can help to reduce the spread of COVID-19, but for victims of abuse, home is often the most dangerous place to be. Work, school, running errands and hobbies are often the only escape victims have to be away from their abuser. If you or someone you know needs help, please read and share the information in the following two attachments:


Title I Information

2018-2019 Title I Information for Weller Road Families - English & Spanish

  “The Positive Effects of Parent Engagement”  Parent Workshop

  • Parents were provided research-based information on the positive effects of parent engagement
  • Given information on how parents can get involved in their children’s education
  • Informed parents of extra-curricular programs/process to apply for financial assistance
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 Parent Resources


The MCPS Parent Academy

Parent Academy workshops give parents the tools and strategies they need to help their children be successful in school. All workshops are FREE and held at school and locations throughtout Montgomery County. Child care and interpretation services are provided.

Click the link below to download the Parent Academy Brochure to see the schedule of workshops and registration information.

Visit the Parent Academy website for more information: https://www.montgomeryschoolsmd.org/departments/parentacademy/


  • MCPS - Division of ESOL/Billangual Programs Page

Special Education/Gifted and Talented

Free Translation Sites

Linkages to Learning

Linkages to Learning is a school-based program that provides accessible services to at-risk children and their families to improve adjustment to and performance in school, home, and the community. See the Linkages to Learning page to get more information about this program.

Maryland and MCPS Resources

Kindergarten Sign-Up Information

If your child will be 5 years old by September 1, 2019 please stop by the school office and register him or her.

To prepare for registering your child, please print out the Immunization Form and have your child's doctor fill it out.

Early Entrance to Kindergarten (EEK)

If your child will not be 5 by September 1, 2019, but his or her birthday falls between September 2-October 15 contact the Division of Early Childhood Programs and Services at 301-230-0691 for screening.

School at a Glance and Testing

Homework Help