Online School Payments
Pay School Fees Online
MCPS GIVE BACKpacks
Provide a student with a backpack filled with school supplies.
Parent Technical Support Email:
Our Principal Intern, Mr. Sam Levine, will be serving his practicum here at Kennedy between December 13th and January 28th. During this time, Dr. Rubens will be the visiting principal at Odessa Shannon Middle School. Please CLICK HERE for full details.
John F. Kennedy High School clubs and activities began on Tuesday, September 21st. Please CLICK HERE for a list of clubs and information about how to start and maintain a club of your own! Activity Buses also began running on Tuesday, September 21st. Activity Buses leave promptly at 4:30 p.m. Please see the Activity Bus Schedule for Semester 1 with dates and times. If you have additional questions, please email the JFK Activities Director, Chief Sharon Rogers, at Sharon_D_Rogers@mcpsmd.org, or the Activities Administrator, Dr. Vaughn Bradley, at Vaughn_M_Bradley@mcpsmd.org.
CLICK HERE to request your final transcript if you graduated between 2018 and 2021. If you graduated or withdrew more than five years ago (five years includes the current graduating class of 2022, so this applies to graduates from 2017 or earlier), you will need to contact Montgomery County Public Schools Central Records to request your transcript.
We are excited to welcome students back to the building for the 2021-2022 school year! All announcements and important information for the start of the school year will be posted here as it becomes available, so please check back regularly.
FARMS applications for the 2021-22 school year are available online. Please refer to the videos below for instructions on how to complete the form.
INSTRUCTIONS IN ENGLISH: INSTRUCCIONES EN ESPAÑOL:
This year, the Montgomery County Council sponsored their “Councilmember for a Day” competition with video entries, rather than essays. Kennedy’s Broadcast Journalism lead teacher, Mr. Andrew Inches, worked with students from different schools within MCPS to submit their entries. Mr. Inches’ group featured projects that placed in the top three positions of the competition. This was a great opportunity for collaboration for people from different schools around the county to tell powerful and unique stories.
Students can access their grades and schedules by logging into StudentVUE using their username and password from last year. Students can then access their online classes by logging into myMCPS Classroom, also using their username and password from last year. The Zoom link for each class is available in myMCPS Classroom.
ParentVUE is the new online platform where parents and guardians can access student schedules, grades, attendance information, and more. A video overview of this resource is provided on the MCPS website, and all parents should have received ParentVUE activation information via e-mail or regular mail in late August. If you have difficulty with activating accounts, or if you do not receive either an email or hard copy mailer communication, you should contact the MCPS helpline at (240) 740-7023.
If families did not receive an email with ParentVUE activation information, call 240-740-7020 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. If you are able to access ParentVUE but can only see information for some (not all) of your children, please complete this form: ParentVUE - Account Activated But Missing Students. Staff in the MCPS technology office will then resolve the issue.
Helpful links for help with ParentVue and StudentVue:
The organization Communities Against Hate in Montgomery County offers free tutoring services to students. Please visit their website for more information on tutoring in Math, Science, Social Studies, World Languages and English.
Students can pay their obligations via credit/debit card by clicking on online school payments in the Quicklinks on the Kennedy website or by clicking here.
Click on the Student Debts tab and create an account; once you do that, your obligations will populate.
If you need further assistance, please email Ms. Wendy Davis, Financial Specialist, at Wendy_M_Davis@mcpsmd.org.
Notice From the Maryland State Department of Education:
Internet Essentials, Comcast’s low-cost home internet service, is a comprehensive, wrap-around program that provides low-cost internet services for $9.95 a month, the option to purchase an internet-ready computer for less than $150, and access to free digital literacy training in print, online, and in person. Any household eligible for the National School Lunch Program, as well as households that receive HUD housing assistance, may qualify for Internet Essentials. Please see the Internet Essentials website for additional details.
Internet Essentials, el servicio de Internet en el hogar a bajo costo de Comcast, es un programa integral y completo que proporciona servicios de Internet a bajo costo por $ 9.95 al mes, la opción de comprar una computadora con acceso a Internet por menos de $ 150, y acceso gratuito a Internet. Capacitación en alfabetización impresa, en línea y en persona. Cualquier hogar elegible para el Programa Nacional de Almuerzos Escolares, así como los hogares que reciben asistencia de vivienda de HUD, pueden calificar para Internet Essentials. Consulte el sitio web de Internet Essentials para obtener detalles adicionales.
Students who are at least 16 years old are eligible to register to vote. Voter registration forms are available in the counseling office, or may be downloaded from this site (Solicitud de Inscripción como Votante de Maryland en Español). For additional information, please visit the Maryland State Board of Elections voter registration page.School Improvement Plan