HCPS and Longwood University will again offer their Economics and Personal Finance courses this summer. Longwood University will host an information night at Deep Run HS and Henrico HS on Tuesday, March 27 at 6:30 pm- 7:30 pm. HCPS will release summer school information on March 1st. Please include LU’s announcement below in your parent/student communications and in your AM/PM communications within your building.
Longwood University will be hosting an informational interest meeting for a dual enrollment personal finance and economics course on Tuesday, March 27, from 6:30-7:30 pm. If you are interested in earning college credit in a condensed summer course, this course will meet those needs. To get more information on the dual enrollment personal finance and economics course, please, attend the interest meeting on March 27th at Deep Run HS or Henrico HS in the school’s auditorium.
Important Dates (please check the school’s website as dates are subject to change without notice)
Review the Course Information Sheet and The Planning Guide for Students and Parents, 2017-2018. Course descriptions can be found in the guide. The Planning Guide is also available online.
Believe it or not, it is time to begin the Middle School scheduling process for all HCPS fifth grade students! Students, parents, teachers, and school counselors all play a part in this process. Across Henrico County, middle school scheduling is done through PowerSchool.
If your student applied to the IB program, or if you think you might move to a new school zone before next school year starts, please proceed as if they will be going to their CURRENT zoned middle school until you have documentation otherwise. Schedules will be adjusted at a later date if needed.
What needs to be done now?
STEP 1: If you do not already have one, now is the time to create a PowerSchool Parent Portal account. You might already have one if you like to keep track of your student’s grades online. If you don’t have one yet, go to https://sis.henrico.k12.va.us/public/ and click “Create Account.” Your child’s 5th grade teacher will recommend 6th grade courses for him/her online in January. Starting January 30th, you will be able to log in to the PowerSchool Parent Portal (website above) to see their recommendations.
STEP 2: During parent/teacher conferences in February, your child’s teacher will go over his/her course recommendations with you. Discuss the teacher’s recommendations and elective options with your child. If you have questions/concerns about recommendations but cannot attend a conference, please reach out to your child’s teacher and/or School Counselor.
STEP 3: Between January 30th-February 9th, confirm the course selections and choose electives online through your PowerSchool Parent Portal. If you do not have computer/internet access, you may use computers on campus during parent/teacher conferences to confirm recommendations and choose electives. Parents must make all course selections in PowerSchool between January 30th – February 9th, 2018.
STEP 4: Your school counselor will print your student’s course recommendations/selections and send them home in March. This will not be a schedule, just a list of the courses for which your student has enrolled. You will need to sign that form and return it to your school counselor (dates vary by school).
Brookland Middle School is located in the middle of Henrico County. It was built in 1958 and renovated in 2012. Situated on 33 acres, there are 13 buildings including seven classroom buildings, a gym and activities building, a library, three cafeterias, and an administration building. Learn more through our school profile.
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