Parking Lot Safety

A message from ROSA PARKS MIDDLE SCHOOL

Parents,

Please be mindful when dropping off and picking up your child in the school parking lot. To maintain safety and order, it is imperative that all rules are followed: 

  • Pull up to the sign that reads, “passenger drop-off begins here.” This allows space for approximately 5-6 cars to drop-off / pick-up students at one time and moves the line quickly.
  • Students should not walk across the parking lot to get to their parent’s vehicle.
  • Students must wait in the drop-off / pick-up area for their parent to arrive.
  • No one should park in the handicapp parking spaces unless they have tags granting that permission.
  • Follow the direction of the security assistant who is guiding the traffic.

Thank you for adhering to these procedures to ensure the safety of our students. 

Volunteer Training!!!

volunteersMoms, Dads and Families,

We need you to volunteer in our school. Often there are opportunities for help in the building and during evening activities. The PTA and Rosa Parks Middle School welcome you!

This year the county has required that all adults who volunteer in our building have completed a Child Abuse and Neglect Training. Once you have completed this training you will receive an email confirmation. Please print this confirmation and turn it into our PTA mailbox in the main office or email to Suzanne VanDusen, our Volunteer Coordinator at suzannevandusen@yahoo.com and we will file it.

Thank you for taking time to insure the safety and well-being of all our students.

Sincerely,

Gina Woodward

PTA President

 

Rosa Parks MS MCCPTA Delegate needed! 

The MCCPTA delegate serve as a link between the Montgomery County Council of PTA’s and the local PTA by participating in the MCCPTA delegate assemblies, working with their cluster coordinators and Area Vice Presidents. Each PTA is entitled to three (3) voting delegates, the president and two delegates.  Delegates are the link between the local school communities and county PTA. The parent delegate will help the PTA members understand the role they can play in the county and state advocacy efforts.
The delegate meeting is held normally the 4th Tuesday of each month, 7:30PM at the Carver Education Services Center. 850 Hungerford Drive.
If you are interested, please contact Khristy Kartsakalis for more information.