December 14, 2014

Hello BCS!

 

It was another great week at BCS!  Smiles, energy and a passion to learn continued.  If you haven’t “liked” Birmingham Covington School on Facebook yet, please do so to check out new pictures from the past week’s experiences and learning that we post each week.

 

Our district looks forward to hosting our Parent Forum on Youth Mental Health tomorrow, Monday, from 6:30-8:00 PM in the Groves Auditorium (location change).  In thinking about the forum, an article in Huff Post Education by Michael Mulligan entitled Three Most Important Questions You Can Ask Your Teenager resonated with me in supporting our children in creating a happy life.  Mulligan shares, among other things, how we as parents can instill happiness in our children.  He writes, “Truth is, we know full well that lasting happiness springs from good health, solid values, meaningful work, multiple positive relationships, and selfless service. So how about we cease and desist on the pressure front - and get our eye back on the ball that matters - stop asking What (What grade did you get? What team did you make?) and begin asking Who, Where, and How?

  • Who tells us who we are?
  • Where do we want to go with our lives?
  • How do we want to get there?”

He concludes with great hope in our service to our children, “Let's help them understand that learning is valuable in and of itself; that hard work, genuine curiosity, and heartfelt passion pave the way to a life well lived; and that real success comes when you can look at your life and say, ‘I have done my best to make a positive difference in the lives of others and the world we live in.’” Sounds a bit like our BCS theme:  Learn globally, Serve locally.  Let’s make it another great week of learning at BCS!

 

Wishing you well,

Mark Morawski

mm31bps@birmingham.k12.mi.us

@mark_morawski

 

For previous issues of the BCS WAG click here.

 

BCS PTSA December Meeting Added

Please plan to join us at a December meeting just added – Thursday, December 18th at 1:15 PM in the BCS Staff Development Room.  We will be voting the Walk for Fitz final donations check distribution & t-shirt purchase and the 3/4 Salmon in the Classroom program support.

 

Character Connections Word of the week:  TRUSTWORTHINESS

Infuse this word into your conversations/lessons with your family as a character education focus.  There will be a new word every two weeks.

  • “Trust is the glue of life. It's the most essential ingredient in effective communication. It's the foundational principle that holds all relationships.”Stephen Covey
  • “Whoever is careless with the truth in small matters cannot be trusted with important matters.” – Albert Einstein
  • “Trust yourself. Create the kind of self that you will be happy to live with all your life. Make the most of yourself by fanning the tiny, inner sparks of possibility into flames of achievement.”Golda Meir

 

SUPPORT THE BIRMINGHAM EDUCATION FOUNDATION (BEF)

The week of October 27th marked the kick-off of our Birmingham Education Foundation’s Annual Fund Campaign. This year, the theme is “Where can inspiration take our children?”  The BEF’s generous grants to schools in our district truly help make Birmingham Public Schools unique.  Plus, the BEF’s support of BCS specifically, has enhanced our students’ experience at our great school awarding us 2 of the 3 grants for which we submitted last year.  When considering your charitable giving options as the year comes to a close, we hope you choose a donation to BEF.  To find out more about the mission and purpose of BEF click here or go ahead and make an online donation now.  Thank you for your consideration!

 

WEEK AT A GLANCE –   Week of December 15-19, 2014

(Disclaimer:  Please check all your calendars and bcsonline.info in case we missed something)

To submit an item for next week’s “WAG”, email mz07bps@birmingham.k12.mi.us  by WEDNESDAY 5PM

 

******CHOICE HOUR SELECTION SHEETS ARE ONLINE NOW GET THEM DONE BEFORE THE BREAK!******

Monday, December 15

  • 7-8AM-7/8 BOYS BASKETBALL PRACTICE
  • 4PM-6-8 GIRLS SWIM MEET AWAY @ BERKSHIRE MS
  • 6:30PM-Parent Forum on Youth Mental Health-LOCATION CHANGE-GROVES AUDITIORIUM

Tuesday, December 16

  • Chanukah begins at Sundown
  • 8AM-BAGEL SALE–get yours for $1, including cream cheese
  • 1PM-3/4 invited to the 5th Grade Band INFORMANCE - Gym
  • 3:30PM Snow Club leaves for Pine Knob-bus returns at 8:30PM
  • 4PM-7/8 BOYS BASKETBALL GAME-AWAY @ DERBY MS
  • 4:10-5:30PM-6-8 GIRLS SWIM  PRACTICE
  • 7PM-Board of Education Meeting-Education and Administration Building adjacent to Groves H S

Wednesday, December 17

  • 7-8AM-7/8 BOYS BASKETBALL PRACTICE
  • 4PM-6-8 GIRLS SWIM MEET AWAY @ BLOOMFIELD HILLS MS
  • 4:15 PM – 7/8 San Juan Trip meeting in the media center for students attending and their parent/guardian

Thursday, December 18

  • 1:15PM-PTSA Meeting-Staff Development
  • 4PM-7/8 BOYS BASKETBALL GAME-AWAY @ ABBOTT MS
  • 4:10-5:30PM-6-8 GIRLS SWIM  PRACTICE

Friday, December 19

  • 4:10-5:30PM-6-8 GIRLS SWIM  PRACTICE
  • 2:15-3:20PM-Classroom holiday celebrations
  • Winter Break Begins at the end of the day-BCS wishes all our families an enjoyable break and a Happy New Year

 

ALL  BCS NEWS

Chartwells- BPS Food Service-click -WEEKLY MENU  - for updates click NEWSLETTER  or BREAKFAST MESSAGE

 

REGISTRATION FOR BCS ENROLLMENT LOTTERY for 2015-2016 SCHOOL YEAR

Registration week for new BCS students for the 2014-2015 school year is January 5-9,  8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. and until 6:00 p.m. on Tuesday, January 6.  Register for the lottery  at the BPS Education and Administration Center at 31301 Evergreen Road, Beverly Hills. The  lottery will be held on January 15 at 6:00 p.m. in the BCS Cafeteria.   

 

MISSING SCHOOL DUE TO FAMILY VACATIONS (from the student handbook)
What do I do if my family plans a trip when school is in session?
"Family trips during academic time are not encouraged, though they are considered excusable absences.  It is the student's/family's responsibility to take initiative to arrange with the teacher(s) for make-up work. This should occur at least one week prior to the trip and a timetable for completing the work should be made with the teacher(s). Students are required to make up the missed work on their own time. Teachers are not responsible to give personal instruction on the work missed, but are willing to answer questions if you do not understand the material." – Please know, our BCS teachers will attempt to put together work in advance of the trip, though it is not always possible to predict, plan and copy the necessary work in advance.  Teachers will certainly provide the rest of the work upon the student's return. 

 

MEDIA CENTER INFORMATION

Follow the link to the Media Center page for all the passwords your child(dren) may need   click MEDIA CENTER

 

BABY SUPPLY/MITTEN DRIVE

In BCS’s continuing effort to learn locally, serve locally, learn globally and serve globally, a student team called “Helping the Homeless” formed a partnership with Lighthouse PATH, an empowerment program which offers transitional housing for up to 65 homeless women and children. The team was told these women are in dire need of baby supplies: diapers, wipes and formula.  “Helping the Homeless” is doing a baby supply drive and will be collecting these items in boxes located in the hallway outside the BCS office through Friday, December 19.  In addition to the baby supply drive, BCS students would also like to keep children’s hands warm this winter.  There is a collection bin for mittens next to the baby supply boxes.  Thank you for your support with this initiative!!

 

BIRMINGHAM EDUCATION FOUNDATION’S theme for 2014-2015 Where Can Inspiration Take Our Children?”

Please read this important letter from the BEF and Dr. Nerad.  click  BEF Where Can Inspiration Take Our Children

 

SPECIAL OPPORTUNITY CO-SPONSERED BY BEF click here for more information

Register today for a free Girls Only STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math) event. This event will help foster and cultivate interest in STEAM related fields for our girls. Block Kids is made available by the National Association of Women in Construction-Detroit Chapter, along with Birmingham Public Schools and the Birmingham Education Foundation.  There are 60 slots available for 4th & 5th Grade girls.  Don’t miss out on this great opportunity.  You can register online http://tinyurl.com/llx49b4 or with the attached registration form. This is a first come, first serve opportunity.

 

HOLIDAY SHOPPING REMINDER FROM THE BEF

Many of you will be looking for great shopping deals online at this time of the year.  Please remember to do your Amazon shopping through the portal (it’s a badge on the right side) on the BEF website www.supportBEF.org  A donation will be made back to our schools for all purchases made when entering the Amazon website in this way We receive a donation for every purchase you make!  Also this is a great time of the year to honor a special teacher or coach. A lovely card acknowledging your gift will be sent to the lucky recipient. Learn more at http://www.supportbef.org/ways_to_give.html

 

BCS YEARBOOK INFORMATION

Now is the time to order your Birmingham Covington School yearbook at the low price of $40. 

To order online, visit www.jostensyearbooks.com by FEBRUARY 1ST 2015.  Installment payments may be made online.

Last year's book was a sell-out, so order early!

PROUD PARENT ADS FOR YEARBOOK click here   for information

Parents, it is time to place your order for an ad in the 2014-2015 BCS Yearbook.  Ads start as low as $25.  To place the ad, pay online at www.jostens.com.  Once the order is placed, submit photo(s) and text to Jeanne Jacobs.

 

BATTLE BOOK CLUBS HAVE BEGUN!  All students who have read the book are invited to attend.  Attending book clubs helps students better understand the books and become experts on each title.  Students should bring their lunch to the back of the Media Center, where a variety of teachers and parents will be hosting the different book clubs.  Students should go to the Media Center and sign up to get the materials needed prior to the book club.  Next week’s schedule is as follows:

4th grade lunch in the Media Center:        5th grade lunch in the Media Center:

Mon., Dec. 15

Rump

Thu., Dec. 18

Escape from Mr. Lemoncello’s Library

Tue., Dec. 16

Three Times Lucky

 

 

Wed., Dec. 17

Flutter

 

 

 

IPODS FROM THE MEDIA CENTER

Did you know that your child can check out an iPod from the Media Center?  These iPods are for the purpose of listening to an audiobook.  We have a large selection of audiobooks available for this purpose – including five of the Battle books!  For more details, visit http://www.bcsonline.info/Students/Media_Center_Digital_Books.html(Please note that our regular circulation policies to iPods as well.  Students who lose or damage a device will be held responsible for the replacement cost.  If you do not want your child to check out an iPod, please email Ann Truesdell at at05bps@birmingham.k12.mi.us to opt out.)

 

CHOICE HOUR INFORMATION

The QIII Choice Hour course selections are posted online.  Choice Hour selection sheets were distributed to each homeroom teacher on Friday December 12nd.  Selections can be viewed online at www.bsconline.info .  If your child does not bring a selection sheet home you can print one from the BCS website.  Choice Hour selections are due back no later than Tuesday January 6th at 4:00PM.   We will not schedule students into classes if payment in full is not included with the choice hour selection sheet.   Please include proper payment if you are signing your child up for a 4th and/or 5th day of Choice Hour.   Do not include payment for classes with materials fees or pay to play fees.  A separate billing will be made once students have been placed in their Choice Hour classes.

Students who do not turn in a selection sheet will not be placed in any Choice Hour classes.  Students who do not turn in a selection sheet with payment by the deadline will not be allowed to make a change in their schedule. 

Important information regarding 3rd quarter:

Mrs. Juriga will be scheduling QIII choice hour over the winter break.  She needs your help!  Please, please make it a priority to get your QIII selection sheet into the office before we leave for the holiday break on Friday December 19th so that she can schedule as many students as possible before we return in January.

 

New Thursday choice hour Community Service opportunity for students in grades 5-8. A team of BCS students has formed a partnership with Lighthouse PATH, an empowerment program which offers transitional housing for up to 65 homeless women and children. In support of this service learning project with Lighthouse and their initiatives to help homeless women and their children, this class will make tied fleece blankets for infants, toddlers, teens and adults.  Fleece will be provided for these blankets however please feel free to donate fleece for this project.  Fleece requirements:  Toddler/crib size – 1.5 yards of two different pieces of fleece to be tied together, child size – 1.75 yards of two different pieces of fleece to be tied together, teen/adult size – 2.0 yards of two different pieces of fleece to be tied together.  Joann fabrics http://www.joann.com/ offers a huge assortment of colorful fleeces often at 50% off and discount coupons that can be used toward fabric purchases.

7-8 Spirit Committee will be offered on Tuesdays.  This group of students plans and organizes fun events for all grade levels.

 

The 3-4 RoboTech class is being offered to new students!! 

6th, 7th and 8th grade boys interested in participating in the BCS swim team program are encouraged to sign up for the Monday/Wednesday swim team Choice Hour class.  Students will not be placed into this class until they have received an orange “participation” slip.

 

7th and 8th grade girls interested in participating in the BCS volleyball program are encouraged to sign up for the Monday/Wednesday volleyball team Choice Hour class. Students will not be placed into this class until they have received an orange “participation” slip.

Choice Hour reminders – please call (248-203-4625), send in a note, or email Linda Stone at ls06bps@birmingham.k12.mi.us  if your child is going to be absent from Choice Hour for any reason!  Students that do not have Choice Hour on any given day need to be picked up by 3:20 PM.  Students that do not have a Choice Hour class and are not picked up by 3:30 PM will be charged a $5.00 fee.

Thank you for always supporting the Choice Hour program!

 

CONGRATUALATIONS TO THE BCS FORENSICS TEAM

The Forensics team competed at the MIFA State Tournament this weekend at Central Michigan University. 

The team sent 21 entries (28 students, last year we had 8 at the winter tournament).

We finished with 9 State Finalists and 10 State Semi-Finalists. 

Here are some specifics:

Finalists:

Paris A. - 1st place with a PERFECT SCORE in Storytelling

Arya G. & Ainsley N. - 1st place with a PERFECT SCORE in Duo 5/6

Vivian Y. - 2nd place in Storytelling 5/6  *  Alison C. - 4th place in Storytelling 5/6

Jack H. - 1st place in Impromptu 5/6      *  Isabella R. - 2nd place in Informative

Perry J. - 5th place in Oratory                  *  Dominic M. & Kate A. - 2nd place in Duo

Megan C. - 3rd place in Prose

Semi-Finalists:

Laurent S. in Storytelling 5/6                    *   Paul F. in Declamation

Aidan N. in Impromptu                              *   Cory G. in Impromptu

Jack H. in Impromptu                                 *   Ellie Cook in Informative

Harriet M. in Sales                                      *   Richard P., Abby N., Mia L., Grace B., & Gracie S. in Multiple

Carson P. in Prose                                       *   Elle L. & Mia M. in Duo 5/6

I am incredibly proud of all of the BCS Forensics team students! They were mature, respectful, energetic, and focused! 

Thank you for all of your continued support! Now we are on to the spring season!

-Courtney Bassett-BCS Forensics Coach

 

PTSA REFLECTIONS CONTEST UPDATE

With the theme of “The world would be a better place if…” we had a total of 90 student participants and 22 of those are moving on in the competition.  Following is the list of BCS student honorees:

Photography

Sebastian P – Middle School

Aldan N – Middle School

Michael M – Intermediate (means grades 3-5)

Ian P – Intermediate

Visual Arts

Rachel D – Middle School

Lauren S – Middle School

Ben M – Intermediate

Meredith D – Intermediate

Dance Choreography

Bridget M – Middle School

Lira B – Middle School

Sadie R – Intermediate

Ainsley N – Intermediate

Literature

Vivian Y – Middle School

Sara P – Middle School

Leonardo B – Intermediate

Hanna D – Intermediate

Film

No Middle School entries submitted)

 Nadia W – Intermediate

Elena R – Intermediate

Music Composition

Teresa A – Middle

Jacob P – Middle

Ian P – Intermediate

Anderson C – Intermediate

 

Lastly, we would like to acknowledge our judges!  They all take this very seriously and put a lot of effort in to making their decisions.  Thank you to the following:

Literature:  Connie Ilmer, Head of Public Services, Baldwin Public Library

Visual Arts:  Susan Owens, Youth Programs Director, Birmingham Bloomfield Art Center

Photography:  Dan Parente, Video Specialist, Birmingham Public Schools

Music:  Aaron Tuscherer, Music Teacher, Axis Music

 

And a special thanks to Diana Patterson for chairing this contest for BCS and allowing so many students the opportunity to showcase their talents in this meaningful way.

 

PE UPDATES

MONDAY, DECEMBER 8 THROUGH FRIDAY, JANUARY 23:

Frishman, Seley, Maliszewski, and ParWall 4 will SWIM.-- Remember to bring a bag for suits, goggles and towels

Butzin, Davis, Harvath, and ParWall 3 will be in the GYM.-- will be in the GYM. Be sure that your child wears gym shoes

 

ATHLETICS UPDATES    

Winter I Athletics are in full swing. Boys Basketball and Girls Swim-Go Cobras!!

 

INTERESTED IN BASKETBALL? Check out Seaholm Boys Basketball Holiday Camp for 3-8 Graders-

Mon Dec 22, Tues Dec 23 click-Basketball Camp for more information

 

THE 3/4 TEAM NEWS 

BATTLE OF THE BOOKS -- Did You Know…

Giant Squid is available as an eBook, with a feature that reads the book aloud to the student. 

It can be accessed at GIANT SQUID  Then click “Show All” to find the Giant Squid book

Site username: wbb02427 - Site password: follett

4TH AND 5TH GRADE- The BATTLE is on! Click Battle Page

 

THE 5/6 TEAM NEWS 

BATTLE OF THE BOOKS  -- Did You Know…

Giant Squid is available as an eBook, with a feature that reads the book aloud to the student. 

It can be accessed at: GIANT SQUID   Then click “Show All” to find the Giant Squid book

Site username: wbb02427   - Site password: follett

4TH AND 5TH GRADE- The BATTLE is on! Click Battle Page

 

BAND  and ORCHESTRA  INFORMATION  for 5th,6th ,7th,8th grades

Mrs Eliassen's wiki  Practice logs, Assessment schedules, private teacher options, 2014-15 Band calendar.

From Mrs Gillespie     2014-2015 Orchestra Calendar

 

THE 7/8 TEAM NEWS

8TH GRADERS INTERESTED IN FLEX

Students interested in observing the Seaholm Flex, English and social studies programs for next year, should contact Kyle Hall, English Department Chairperson at Seaholm HS (khall@birmingham.k12.mi.us) to schedule a visit on one of the following Wednesdays in January:  7, 14, 21, and 28,  from 8:30 AM to 11:55 AM.  Mrs. Hall will provide more details once you’ve contacted her directly to schedule your visit. 

PROUD PARENT ADS FOR YEARBOOK click here   for information

 

BAND  and ORCHESTRA  INFORMATION  for 5th,6th ,7th,8th grades

Mrs Eliassen's wiki  Practice logs, Assessment schedules , private teacher options , 2014-15 Band calendar .

From Mrs Gillespie     2014-2015 Orchestra Calendar

 

COMMUNITY NEWS AND INFORMATION FOLLOWS…………

 

BPS PARENT FORUM ON MENTAL HEALTH-LOCATION CHANGE Monday, Dec. 15- 6:30 - 8 p.m. - GROVES AUDITORIUM

The December 15 panel on youth mental health issues has been relocated to the Groves Auditorium.  You can enter the auditorium from the Evergreen parking lot.  Groves is located at 20500 West Thirteen Mile, Beverly Hills – at the intersection of Thirteen Mile Road and Evergreen Road. 

In our fast-paced culture, it can often be difficult to recognize the signs of stress and anxiety in our children.  It is important that we all work together to promote positive mental health for everyone.  Our community is not immune to tragedy.  Every time a young person is hurting, we are hurting.  We cannot stay in the shadows about mental health, relational aggression, poor self-esteem and the many other difficult issues our children face. 

Please reserve the following date for our forum on youth mental health.

Please RSVP to 248-203-3001 

Let’s work together to help our young people as they face the challenges of today’s society.  (Please note that this forum is for parents/guardians only and is not intended for students

 

FRIENDS of DIFFERENT LEARNERS- January 8, 2015-9AM  (NOTICE:  MORNING MEETING-Friends January Flyer

Put Your Oxygen Mask on First! How to Take Care of Yourself so You Can Take Care of your Different Learner 

Guest Speaker: Julie Cadman, President & CEO Healing Complex Kids

 

FRIENDS OF DIFFERENT LEARNERS-CAMP AND RESOURCE FAIR + MICRO BUSINESSES—Friends January Flyer

Thursday, January 22, 2015 6:30—9:00 p.m. Groves High School Commons

The 13th annual Camp and Resource Fair is an information event servicing families seeking camps, therapies, educational, recreational, and healthcare services and products that support children with special needs in both self-contained and inclusive environments as well as summer and year round programs. Meet with representatives and take home information from organizations throughout the tri-county area:

 

INTERESTED IN BASKETBALL? Check out Seaholm Boys Basketball Holiday Camp for 3-8 Graders-

Mon Dec 22, Tues Dec 23 click-Basketball Camp for more information\

 

SATURDAY SCHOOL- says-have a great break-see you in 2015 ready to learn!  IT’S THE PLACE TO BE ON SATURDAYS!

If you have any questions or concerns, please email: David Brooks - db26bps@birmingham.k12.mi.us  Rudy Erazo - re02bps@birmingham.k12.mi.us  Don't forget to sign up for Saturday School's Remind notifications! Text the message @satschool to (989)-312-3673 to sign up. For further information, please see:  bpssaturday.weebly.com 

FRANKLIN BASEBALL REGISTRATION Now open!  Click    Franklin Baseball Information

Join us in celebrating our 60th Anniversary season! Sign up is open for all divisions; from T-ball through Pony (baseball) and Junior through Senior girls’ softball. $35 Early Registration Discount ends soon and teams are beginning to form in the non-draft divisions, so sign-up now to reserve your spot! Go to franklinbaseball.org to register and for more information.

IMPORTANT DATES AND UPCOMING DEADLINES: click www.franklinbaseball.org

January 22nd , 29th and February 5th- Get Ready For Baseball clinics at West Maple Elementary

February 28th- Player Evaluations (boys drafting leagues) Baseball City in Waterford

March 1st- Player Evaluations (girls drafting leagues) Baseball City in Waterford

March 15-16- Team Assignments and notifications

March 23rd- Practices begin

April 18th- Opening Day!

 

MAPLE MOTION DANCE TEAM GIRLS’ DANCE CLINIC-JAN 29, 2015 click here for registration information: 
Join the fun with the Seaholm Maple Motion team.  For kindergarten through 5th grade, the girls learn a dance routine and perform on the basketball court between the JV and Varsity basketball games.  Cost is $45.  Registration must be received by Jan. 10.  Location:  Seaholm.  Email questions to
MapleMotionDanceclincis@gmail.com

 

BIRMINGHAM UNIFIED HOCKEY TO SUPPORT THE MATTHEW BITTKER FOUNDATION WITH CHARITY GAME & SALES 1/17/15

The Birmingham Unified Hockey system has announced it will support The Matthew Bittker Foundation, a foundation started by the Bittker family to support critically-needed research for neuroblastoma, which claimed their son Matthew in 2007. “The Bittkers are part of the BU family, and our support of the Matthew Bittker Foundation is part of our player’s and our system’s commitment to the community,” said John Graham, president of the BU Booster hockey board.

 

The BU Varsity Kings will play a charity fundraiser game on Jan. 17, 2015 5:30PM at the Birmingham Ice Arena with T-shirt and apparel sales; proceeds will directly benefit The Matthew Bittker Foundation, a 501(c)3 charity to which donations made are tax-deductible. T-shirts and other apparel will go on sale before the game and can be purchased from BU JV and Varsity players as well as at the game. Free admission with apparel purchase! Then, stick around for the JV Kings game at 8:00PM, admission is free to JV games!

 

For more information about the event, please go to www.buvarsity.com, and for more information about neuroblastoma and Matthew Bittker, please see http://www.itswhatmatters.org/Save-the-date for an exciting evening of hometown hockey for a great cause on January 17th!

 

COMMUNITY OPEN SWIM AT GROVES, SUNDAYS, 1 -3PM—resumes after the break

Dates January 11, 18, 25

All ages welcome; lap lanes available; children under 10 must have adult in the water with them.

Pre-purchased entry cards are required. 

Register at www.communityed.net or call 248-203-3800

 

NOTE TO BCS/BPS FAMILY AND FRIENDS- HAVE YOU HEARD OF KHAN ACADEMY?

Comcast has introduced a program called Comcast Internet Essentials.  This offer is for any BPS students receiving free lunches (not reduced lunches) through the National School Lunch Program.  In an effort to bridge the “Digital Divide” it provides:
Home Internet Access for $9.95 per month
A Low Cost Computer for $149.00
Free Internet Training – Online, Print

 

ACCESS TO KHAN ACADEMY – WORLD CLASS ONLINE TUTORING
Comcast has launched the program and is now accepting applications. For more information, see the Comcast website:
http://internetessentials.com/

 

To review the District’s Non-Discrimination policy, click here