Message from Principal Litz
Read the latest message from Principal Litz!
Includes: COVID Update; Senior Dues; Saturday School; Virtual Snow Days
Don't forget to check out the Event section below for other important reminders.
VIRTUAL SNOW DAYS
Snow Days will now be Virtual Learning Snow Days!
Be prepared for the next Snow Day - Bell Schedule; Technology Readiness and Support, Zoom Classes, etc.
In-Person Mock SAT Test - February 5, 2022
The PTSA, in partnership with NovaStar Prep, will host an in-person, proctored Mock SAT test on Saturday, February 5th at Marshall High School. The cost is $25 and students will receive a detailed analysis of their test scores. This is an excellent way to prepare for the SAT test.
Open to all GCM students.
Several times each month, students have an opportunity to work with our teachers to complete classwork, homework, test corrections and prepare for long-term projects. Each session, there are teachers from the core classes (Math, English, Science and Social Studies), as well as staff who can help students in the areas identified below. Learn more about Saturday School and view this year's schedule.
School Year 2021-2022 - Resources for Parents and Students
Principal Messages | Attendance | Bell Schedules | Digital Resources | Schoology Resources | SIS ParentVUE | Student Forms | Student Parking | Student Registration | Student Withdrawal | Technology Support
NEW FOR 2021-2022
- Principal's Opening Letter
- Check out our new Bell Schedule
- Senior Parking Permits
- REQUIRED FORMS TO BE SUBMITTED BEFORE THE START OF SCHOOL. Complete and submit online.
Attend a Town Hall - Superintendent Search
Please attend a virtual Superintendent Search Town Hall, with sessions hosted on Wednesday, January 12; Thursday, January 13; and Tuesday, January 18. You'll be able to provide feedback on the characteristics and personality traits you would like to see in the new superintendent.
Unvaccinated Athletes Register for COVID testing
All high school student-athletes participating in FCPS athletic programming who are not fully vaccinated between the ages of 12-15 or between the ages of 16-18 with a medical or religious exemption will be required to submit negative COVID-19 test results to the Director of Student Activities at the school on a weekly basis in order to participate in sports for school year 2021-2022.
Report safety issues online or by text message using the Safety Tipline. You may choose to identify yourself or remain anonymous.
Anticipated Bus Delays
Due to the bus driver shortage, we will be increasing “double back” bus runs, meaning a bus is required to run two scheduled routes back to back that would normally have been covered by two separate buses. These “double backs” may impact delivery time to schools or bus stops and may have a domino effect, affecting after-school drop-off times.