Important Calendar Highlights

Monday, May 10 - Students in grades 4 and 5, who have been instructed to attend in-person during Week B will report, along with students in grades K-3.

Thursday, May 13 - Professional Day for teachers. No live or indepenedent lessons will occur. 

Monday, May 17 - Students in grades 4 and 5, who have been instructed to attend in-person during Week A will report, along with students in grades K-3.

Monday, May 24 - Students in grades 4 and 5, who have been instructed to attend in-person during Week B will report, along with students in grades K-3.

Monday, May 31 - Memorial Day. No live or indepenedent lessons will occur. 

Tuesday, June 1 - Students in grades 4 and 5, who have been instructed to attend in-person during Week A will report, along with students in grades K-3.

Welcome Back 2020

In-Person and Virtual Learning Support

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Getting Started

Click here to see how to login to an MCPS Chromebook.

Click here to see how to login from a personal device.

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Class Schedules

Please click here to view each grade level's weekly schedule

 

 

 

Zoom

Click here for help with Zoom / Direcciones en español aquí

If you need the meeting ID and password for your child's class, please check his/her homeroom class on myMCPS Classroom or email the teacher.

School Supply List

Please click here to view the recommended school supplies for each grade level. 

Materials Distribution

Remaining instructional materials will be distributed by appointment only.

All technology exchanges and pickups will be handled by MCPS. Please click here for an up-to-date status of technology distributions occurring at 45 W. Gude Drive. 

myMCPS Classroom/Canvas 

Click for a guide in: English, Chinese, French

KoreanSpanish, or Vietnamese 

Parents access myMCPS through ParentVUE.

Parent Academy Webinars

Click here to view upcoming technology support sessions.

Click here to view recordings of past webinars.

ParentVUE is MCPS' new parent portal. 

Please click here to watch a video about setting up your account or click for written directions in English/ Español 中文 / français tiếng Việt / 한국어 / አማርኛ

Additional Help

MCPS Help Desk: Monday-Friday 7am-8pm; Phone Number: 240-740-7020

Call the School: Monday-Friday 8:30 - 4:00; Phone number: 240-740-1820 

Please email our Media Center staff if you need additional helpMrs. Hines and Mrs. Van Brunt

 

New Announcements

  • Principal Bolden's Community UpdatesClick here to view all of Principal Bolden's current and past school community announcements. These updates are typically distributed via ConnectEd messages on Sundays. Please contact the school about setting up your ParentVUE account if you are not currently receiving them. 

 

  • Summer School: MCPS is planning a wide range of summer programs for elementary, middle and high school students. Programs will focus on helping students engage in unfinished learning following this unprecedented school year, with a focus on mathematics, literacy, enrichment/specials, and preparing for the next grade level. Click HERE for information about our in-person summer school program and the MCPS Virtual Summer School Program. You can also register for either the in-person Mill Creek Towne program or the central virtual program HERE.

 

  • Kindergarten Registration: The 2021-22 Kindergarten Handbook and registration forms are available on the MCPS website.
    • Current MCPS families with ParentVUE accounts can register a child for school by clicking on the Online Registration link after logging in to the parent portal.
    • Current MCPS parents/guardians who have not yet set up a ParentVUE account should contact the school for their activation letter.
    • Parents/guardians NEW to MCPS can create a ParentVUE account by registering on the Online Registration system.

 

  • Meal Distribution: MCPS will continue to provide free breakfast, lunch, and dinner meals to all students in schools and at designated food distribution sites. Meals will be served Monday, Tuesday (double meal day), Thursday, and Friday (triple meal day). There will be no meal service on Wednesdays.

 

  • Help Wanted - Classroom Monitors: As we prepare for our return to an in-person learning experience, we anticipate a need for adults to support the supervision of students.  If you know any adults with a high school diploma/GED who would be interested in monitoring students at $15.72 per hour, please encourage them to apply to be considered for the position of classroom monitor. Duties include monitoring classrooms for teachers who are providing virtual instruction to students in the building and supporting in-person teachers.  Interested individuals need to apply on  https://www.montgomeryschoolsmd.org/departments/careers/ . We may need classroom monitors at our school; however, we cannot guarantee our site would be the location all interested individuals would be assigned to work.  

 

  • Chromebook Repairs and Damages: Students and their families are now financially responsible for any intentional or accidental damage of any Chromebook loaned out to the student. Please click here for more information about these financial obligations and exchanging damaged Chromebooks.
    • Technology Distribution Status: Please click here for an up-to-date status of technology distributions occurring at 45 W. Gude Drive. The document will be continuously updated to reflect hours of operation and current inventory status.

 

  • Maryland Safe Schools Tipline: Click here for information about Safe Schools Maryland - an ANONYMOUS and FREE reporting system available to students, teachers, school staff members, parents, and the general public to report any school or student safety concerns, including mental health concerns.

 

  • Free and Reduced-Priced Meals (FARMS) for the 2020-2021 School Year: Apply now and avoid longer processing times in September! Please visit www.MySchoolApps.com to complete the online application for Free and Reduced-Price Meals.

 

  • Equity Resources: The staff at Mill Creek Towne stands with our students and families. We hope the following resources can support our community as we work together to promote equity. 
    • An Educators Guide to this Moment: Please click here to view a database of resources for educators, parents, and students compiled by the MCPS Equity Initiatives Unit. You can view their full collection of resources by clicking here.
    • Read Alouds: Please click here to view a collection of English and Spanish read alouds. Please note that these read alouds are linked to YouTube, which can only be accessed on non-MCPS devices. You can also find many of the titles for free on the MCPS Sora e-book app using any device. Click here for help with the Sora e-book app.

 


Online Resources for the Coronavirus School Closure

Online Learning Resources:

Additional Online Learning Resources:

Important Note: Many of the links below will require students to log in using their MCPS Google Account. The username is the same 6-digit number used in school to log in to a Chromebook. However, you need to add "@mcpsmd.net" to it. (Example: 123456@mcpsmd.net). The password is the same letters used to log in to a school Chromebook. If you need any help with this, please email our Media Specialist, Mrs. Hines, at Bonnie_W_Hines@mcpsmd.org 

Mill Creek Towne Elementary Mission Statement

The Mill Creek Towne ES vision is to ensure the successful academic, social & personal development of all students. Our mission is for the staff, students & community to set high expectations; foster a positive, risk-free, safe learning environment; promote open communication; collaborate; and support differentiated instruction.

Attention: MCTES PTA has a new web app for families! Starting this year, we will be using the app for PTA communications, volunteer sign-ups, the school directory, and more.

Click here to learn more and sign up.

PTA email: millcreektownepta@gmail.com

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