Students Should Turn In Summer SSL Hours By Sept. 29
All Student Service Learning (SSL) Activity Verification Forms for service completed during the summer of 2023 should be turned into the school’s SSL coordinator by the recommended due date of Sept. 29, 2023.
MCPS students must earn 75 SSL hours to graduate from high school. Middle school and high school students should continue earning SSL hours towards this state graduation requirement by engaging in SSL opportunities during the 2023-2024 school year, including traditional in-person opportunities and select virtual/remote opportunities that follow the SSL guidelines posted on the MCPS SSL webpage (www.mcps-ssl.org).
Students may view the full details of their SSL record on Student/ParentVUE by following the step-by-step directions provided at https://bit.ly/SSLonVUE. Students may also access SSL forms, guidelines, resources, and more at the MCPS SSL Hub for Students/Families.
If you have any questions about the SSL program, please email your school’s SSL coordinator (https://bit.ly/SSLCoordinatorsMS and https://bit.ly/SSLCoordinatorsHS) or the MCPS SSL office at SSL@mcpsmd.org.