Wednesday, April 10, 2013
Former National Hockey League Player Alan May visit Manassas Park this month.
Hundreds of students were schooled on the rules of hockey by former Washington Capitals hockeyplayer Alan May, who visited Manassas Park Elementary School on Friday. Here's the video of his visit filmed by Capitals.nhl.com Read the full story on Patch: Former DC Hockey Player Schools Manassas Park Students on Game
Alan May who played for the Washington Capitals hockey team in the early 1990s visited Manassas Park Elementary school on Friday.
Manassas Park Elementary School students learned about hockey from one of the best on Friday during a special clinic about the sport. Former Washington Capitals player Alan May visited a group of 215 elementary school students and conducted the Washington Capitals Hockey School. The hockey school is a free instructional and interactive program that aims to expose students to floor hockey and teaching them the proper techniques of the game. May, a Capitals left wing from 1989 to 1994, did several demos and provided one-on-one instruction to students on hockey stickhandling, passing and shooting. After that the students played alongside he and Slapshot, the Captials mascot in a hockey scrimmage. See video of Alan May's visit. “It was a very …
Monday, December 17, 2012
The letter went home from school with children Monday afternoon.
School administrators said the school division regularly reviews its security plans and procedures, but plans to again review them with Manassas Park fire and police.
Monday, May 21, 2012
Cougar Elementary School students earned a huge surprise after they met their goal of writing 5,000 letters through the schools Wee Deliver Program.
The principals and assistant principals of three Manassas Park schools recently took to the roof of Cougar Elementary School and waved to students as they arrived for classes. Cougar Elementary Principal Pamela Terry, Cougar Assistant Principal Katrina Saunders, Manassas Park Elementary Principal Stacey Mamon, Assistant Principal Melissa Pitts and Manassas Park Middle School Principal Eric Neff were all on the roof of the school as a reward for the students who met their goal of sending 5,000 letters in one year though Wee Deliver, a student-run mail delivery service. Wee Deliver continues to push the envelope—literally. The students hope to handle 10,000 letters by June. Wee Deliver is coordinated by Tracy Holland, a second grade teacher …
Wednesday, November 16, 2011
Manassas Park Elementary School and Cougar Elementary School principals said dinner reminded them they are supported by the community.
Last week, the teachers of Manassas Park Elementary and Cougar Elementary had a busy day and a half of conferences. We managed to meet with the parents of a majority of our students. For most of our teachers, this meant they were conferencing every fifteen to thirty minutes on Wednesday afternoon, Thursday afternoon and Thursday evening. The administrators of MPE and CES would like to take this opportunity to say thank you for the wonderful dinner that was provided on Thursday evening by the parents of both schools. Not only was dinner delicious, it was a reminder of the support we receive from our school community. We are grateful for the opportunity to work in such a caring community. Sincerely, Pamela Terry and Katrina Saunders…
Monday, September 26, 2011
Those with sons interested in cub or boy scouting are urged to contact the local troops.
Manassas Park is now home to the newly-formed Boy Scout Troop 1372, the National Captial Area Council of the Boy Scouts announced this month. The new troop comes on the heels of the success of Cub Scout Pack 1372, which is in its second year and is comprised of boys in the first through fifth grades. The new troop will hold meetings and conduct activities in Manassas Park and Yorkshire for boys between the ages of 11 and 18 under the leadership of Scoutmaster Glen Grady and other registered and trained adult leaders. Meanwhile, the Cub Scouts in Manassas Park continue to thrive and grow under the leadership of Cubmaster Kris Gardner, committee chair Tina Bliem and pack den leaders, according to the National Capital Area Council officials…
Monday, September 5, 2011
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Monday, September 5, 2011
From Manassas Park City Schools: Special Notes for Elementary Parents:
Thursday, September 1, 2011
Parents and students meet with teachers and faculty in anticipation for the new year.
Manassas Park Elementary was riddled with activity Wednesday evening as families roamed the halls, finding schedules and meeting with teachers. Many new students and their parents sat in the office waiting on placement tests and room assignments and a personal welcome from Principal Stacey Mamon. While teachers, students and their parents already have many goals in place for the upcoming year, Mamon said her main focus is getting students to be as successful as possible. “We have an outstanding group of educators to make sure that it happens,” Mamon said. Although Manassas Park Elementary failed to make an Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) last year and the year before, most parents aren’t worried, Mamon said. “The community is very …