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  • Prince George's County Public Schools (PGCPS), one of the nation's 25 largest school districts, has 207 schools and centers, more than 134,000 students and nearly 19,000 employees. The school system serves a diverse student population from urban, suburban and rural communities located in the Washington, DC suburbs. PGCPS is nationally recognized for college and career-readiness programs that provide students with unique learning opportunities, including arts integration, dual enrollment, and language immersion.



  • Friendly High School Athletics Key Dates

    Friendly High School Athletics Key Dates

    Fall Sports- Fall cheer, Football, Volleyball, Cross Country, Golf, Boys’ and Girls’ Soccer
    Fall sport virtual athletic season will begin on Monday March 1, 2021- Friday March 5, 2021 in order to prepare athletes for the in-person conditioning. Fall athletic coaches may begin in-person after-school outdoor conditioning and outdoor workouts on Wednesday, March 10 - March 26, 2021. In order to participate students must have a current sport physical and 2.0 GPA or above. All practices will be held outside and will be canceled for inclement weather.
    Winter Virtual Sports - Wrestling, Swimming, Boys’ and Girls’ Basketball and Indoor Track and Field
    The winter virtual session will start on February 17 through March 19, 2021. PGCPS is working towards adding a short conditioning session at the end of the spring season. This is not definite at this time.
    Spring SportsBaseball, Softball, Boys’ and Girls’ Lacrosse, Outdoor Track and Field and, Unified Track and Field
    Due to the loss of the spring season last year, the spring season will start April 6 through May 29, 2021. The dates will include the state required 20 practice days and will then start an in-county only competitive schedule from Monday through Saturday. The first play date will be April 26, 2021 - May 29, 2021. This season will not include spectators or post season championships.
    Students must register on formreleaf.com, upload a current sport physical and have a 2.0 GPA.

     

    Questions:

    Email: Makia.Staves@pgcps.org

     

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    Below are a few Maryland Park and Planning Suggested Virtual Activities During COVID-19:
    Blood Donor - American Red Cross: Give Blood. Donating blood makes a big difference in the lives of others.https://www.redcross.org/give-blood.html
    Click here to visit the American Red Cross and learn more. 
     
    Maryland Responds Medical Reserve Corps Volunteer: Willing to provide services during a disaster or emergency situation? Register today at Maryland Responds. https://mdresponds.health.maryland.gov/
    Maryland Unites Opportunities: Governor Larry Hogan has shared how Marylanders can help during the
    COVID-19 pandemic. Click here to learn more.https://governor.maryland.gov/marylandunites/
    Virtual Volunteer Opportunity - Library of Congress Volunteer online at By the People, the Library of
    Congress's crowdsourcing project. By the People invites you to make documents more searchable for everyone
    by transcribing, reviewing, and tagging digitized images of manuscripts and typed materials from the Library's
    collections. This work improves search and discovery of this important content. Click here to read more or get
    started now!https://crowd.loc.gov/

    Virtual Volunteer Opportunity - Join Zooniverse.org and become part of a global community of people-
    powered research. The main ways of volunteering are helping with classifications on data, being a beta tester on projects yet to launch, and being a moderator for a project. Click here for more information and to sign up to
    volunteer. https://www.zooniverse.org/get-involved
     
    COVID 19 Service Learning Projects: Click here.
    Learning Ally: Students can help Learning Ally create audio books. Volunteer opportunities include narrators (reading stories),
    listeners (listening to stories), or quality assurance (listen to books and provide feedback about their experience). Students
    must complete an application, watch an orientation video, and complete a quiz to determine their fit with Learning Ally. This
    opportunity is for students 16 or older. Students can register here.

    Smithsonian Institute: Students can become a Smithsonian Digital Volunteer and help make historical documents and
    biodiversity data more accessible. You will have access to field notes, diaries, ledgers, logbooks, currency proof sheets, photo
    albums, manuscripts, and more. If you want to learn how to transcribe, start here. After you review the instruction, you can start
    transcribing documents here.
    Teens Give
    Students tutor one 4th-10th grade student one hour per week. Students deliver sessions via laptops and phones. Students must
    complete an application, provide a school reference, and submit a photo ID. Students must report their hours so TeensGive can
    verify them for DCPS. Students can register here
    Online Service-Learning Project Ideas:
    The Do Good From Home Challenge - https://leadasap.ysa.org/dogoodfromhome/
    How Youth Can Help Communities Respond To & Recover From the Coronavirus Pandemic - https://ysa.org/covid/
    WE Schools @ Home - https://www.we.org/en-US/our-work/we-schools/
    Soldiers Angels – Virtual Opportunities - https://soldiersangels.org/
    Smithsonian Institution Digital Volunteering -
     



    •  1974, 1978 State Champion (A)
    •  1983 State Champion (AA)
    •  1998 State Champion (3A)
    •  2006 State Champion (3AS)
    •  1998, 2003-2004 Boys' State Champion