Parent Resources

Children ReadingBelow you will find the new Parent-Student Handbook, information about Bullying, Forms, Parent Portal, Special Education, Gifted Program, Report Cards, Resource Center, Get Involved, and Internet Resources. Enjoy and we hope these are helpful.


Bus Accident Protocol
Nottoway County Public Schools Bus Accident Protocol

Parent - Student 2019-2020 Handbook Grades PreK-12
View and/or print Student Handbook

Is Your Child Being Bullied?
Read / Print NCPS Bullying Plan.pdf

Registration Form
Printable -
2019-2020 NCPS Registration Form.pdf
Online Form (Fill and print):  2019-2020 NCPS Registration Form

Pre-K Application
Printable:  Pre-K Application.pdf

P
re-K Application Form Spanish 

Health Information Form/Comprehensive Physical Examination Report/Certification Of Immunization
Authorization/Consent for Administering Medication Form
School_Entrance_Form.pdf

Homeless Project HOPE-Virginia
Follow this link for additional Homeless Information

Non-District Student Application:
(Tuition Rate - $200 Per Student Payable Upon Registration)
School Admission Application - Nottoway County Public Schools.pdf

Ethnicity And Race Information
Informational letter regarding ethnicity and race.pdf

Spanish.pdf

Ethnicity and Race Q and A.pdf

Spanish.pdf

Family Access To Medical Insurance Security Plan (FAMIS)
FAMIS 19-20 Information Flyer - English

FAMIS 19-20 Information Flyer - Spanish

Exceptional Education
Gifted Local Plan 2012-2017.pdf

Local Policies and Procedures Required for Implementation of Special Education Regulations in Virginia's Public Schools
Policies and Procedures SPED Regulations.pdf
504 Guidelines for Compliance.pdf
Resources for Students Identified as Hearing or Visually Impaired

Division School Quality Report:
Nottoway County Public Schools

http://schoolquality.virginia.gov/divisions/nottoway-county-public-schools

Individual School Quality Reports:
Blackstone Primary
Crewe Primary School
Nottoway Intermediate School
Nottoway Middle School
Nottoway High School

Parent Portal Login: 

http://ps.nottowayschools.org/public/home.html

The Parent Portal is an instrumental communication component of PowerSchool that empowers family members to engage, and thereby maintain a stake in each child's education by allowing parents and authorized guardians to access and view attendance, grades, and other information related to the student. (Pearson -- PowerSource)

Parent SignIn

 

Parent Resource Centers

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Parent Resource Centers are located in each school. Principals can provide you with tools to address your child's learning needs. Please contact the principal at your child's school for more information.

If you have a pre-school child and would like some learning resources on the Pre-K level, please contact Beverly Cogar at 434-645-9596.





GET INVOLVED!

Nottoway County Schools offers a wide range of programs that facilitate community partnerships. Below is a list of programs with corresponding contacts.

Character Counts Programs
Contact BPS to get involved

Athletic & Extracurricular Activities
Parents needed to chaperone and support functions. Contact principal to help

Volunteer Programs

Parents needed for after school tutors, classroom readers, office and teacher helpers, chaperones for field trips, field days, & school functions.

Contact principals for more information

21st Century Grant Programs

Contact Nottoway Middle School

Lunch with Students

Parents & Grandparents are encouraged to eat lunch your child/grandchild

Mentor Programs

Mentor a child – see a life changed
Contact principals for more information

Parent Workshops

Look for flyers that come home with your child about workshops on homework assistance, behavior management, and other helpful topics

Career Planning

BPS/CPS/NIS: More information coming soon
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NMS: Information to help middle school students/parents get ready for high school SOL Test Preparation Workshops Career Days (parents are encouraged to participate as presenters)

NHS: Information on colleges/universities what students will need to obtain goals Information on colleges/universities what students will need to obtain goals

Informational sessions on Governor’s School, Pre-Engineering Program, and sports participation

Career Days

Academic counseling for students/parents regarding graduation requirements

Transition Services

Special services available for students with disabilities and information on agencies that can provide assistance and guidance for careers and education after high school

Fund Raisers & Booster Club Participation

Contact principals about ways you can help or for booster clubs in their schools and meeting dates/times

Surveys

Throughout the year you may receive surveys

Participate and let your opinions be heard

Parent Teacher Association Contacts
Information coming soon

Internet Resources For Parents

Information on Virginia's Colleges and Universities:
http://research.schev.edu/findacollege.asp

Guide to the Post-Completion Wages of Graduates
Published by the State Council for Higher Education for Virginia
http://research.schev.edu/apps/info/Reports.Guide-to-the-Post-Completion-Wages-of-Graduates.ashx

VA Family Special Education Connection
A one-stop shop for parents, families and caregivers of children with special needs.
http://vafamilysped.org

MY CHILD'S ACADEMIC SUCCESS

A Guide to the Tool Kit for Hispanic Families ENGLISH
http://www.ed.gov/parents/academic/involve/toolkit/index.html

MY CHILD'S ACADEMIC SUCCESS - Spanish
Guía de recursos para las familias hispanas SPANISH
http://www.ed.gov/espanol/parents/academic/involve/toolkit/index.html

Parental Involvement:

BIENVENIDOS

Recursos en español (Education Resources for Spanish Speakers)
http://www.ed.gov/espanol/bienvenidos/es/index.html?src=gu

Programa Nacional de Almuerzos Escolares (National School Lunch Program) SPANISH
http://www.fns.usda.gov/cnd/lunch/sp-default.htm

Colorín Colorado is a free web-based, bilingual service that provides information, activities, and advice for educators and Spanish-speaking families of English language learners (ELLs, also known as students of English as a second language).http://www.colorincolorado.org/

Internet Safety SPANISH
www.kidshealth.org/parent/en_espanol/padres/net_safety_esp.html

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