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National Honor Society

The National Honor Society will be starting up tutoring tomorrow at lunch in room B230. There will be one to two students there daily to help with any academic questions students might have. We have calculators and chromebooks and are a nice place to send students if you are in a meeting at lunch or if the student just needs some extra help. See the Blake website for more information.

Clarification about Online Grades

The only grades that kids will be able to see through My MCPS Classroom will be the ones that are actually graded in Classroom. If they want to see the entire gradebook, like they did in edline, they have to go to a different website: portal.mcpsmd.org/public/. When they sign in there, they can see everything, including what teachers put in their Pinnacle gradebooks. If you click on the “Grades” tab in MyMCPS Classroom, you will NOT see your entire grade.

College Readiness Day, Oct. 11

Dear Parents/Guardians:

Welcome back to another school year. October 11 is a very important date on the school calendar at Blake High School – College Readiness Day. On this day, we will pause from our instruction in the morning to give every 9-11 grader the opportunity to know where they stand in preparation for life after high school. The College Board’s Preliminary SAT (PSAT) will be one of the main focuses for the day. We will administer the official PSAT, or a practice test, on Wednesday, October 11 at 7:45 a.m. to students in grades 9, 10 and 11. The PSAT is the first official step on the road to college and we hope you will use this information to discuss post-secondary planning with your student. In addition, for Juniors not taking the PSAT, we will be offering the Accuplacer for students who are considering other options for college, namely two year community college programs.

All students in Grades 9-11 are to be in school on October 11 for testing.

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Senior Portrait Dates and Yearbook

  • Senior Portrait Makeup Dates: 9/26-9/27. Students should be getting emails with their specific times, but main office, counseling, and Ms. Kim (A208) also have copies of the schedule. 

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Welcome Message from your PTSA

Dear Parents, Students and Staff:
The Blake PTSA Board would like to welcome you back to school!
Our message this year is very simple:
* Join the PTSA – it really does matter. Your contribution directly supports programs like Sources of Strength (suicide prevention), staff appreciation, High School 101, 9th grade new parent orientation and the NAACP parent council. The PTSA benefits ALL students and a yearlong family membership is only $35. Students and staff are just $10.

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College Visits Begin Sept. 11

Visits begin 9/11. New procedure for Juniors/Seniors to sign up!!
Each fall, college admissions representatives from all over the country visit Blake High School to recruit our Juniors and Seniors. These visits are a great way to learn about a college’s academic programs, internship opportunities, financial aid/scholarships, student life and more. In addition, this is a great way to show demonstrated interest in a particular college. These visits usually take place in the College & Career Center.

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Directory and Student Privacy

This form is available to parents and students. Please return this form to the school by Sept. 15.

PPRA Form

myMCPS Parent Portal Replaces Edline

This school year, myMCPS Parent Portal will replace Edline as the primary home-to-school communication vehicle for schools to share information regarding grades, attendance, scheduling, and more.  Letters will be sent out around September 1st.  To find out more you can visit http://www.montgomeryschoolsmd.org/mymcps-classroom/(essaymap.org/

We are on Facebook!

Ask questions, get more information, and stay on top of PTSA happenings by visiting us on Facebook!

Blake PTSA Facebook Page

Join Eubiemail!

Your PTSA maintains the Blake High School PTSA Yahoo! group to provide you with up-to-date school announcements and other information on school-related topics. Messages are sent out from the Yahoo group to the Inboxes of subscribers as Eubiemail. You must subscribe to receive these emails and to access the Yahoo group site.

To join EUBIEMAIL, please send a message with your name and your student’s name and grade to eubiemail2003@yahoo.com.