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Welcome

It is an honor to serve as Principal of Parkway Middle School. The Parkway staff and I strive to provide your child with an academically challenging program and many opportunities for leadership and social responsibilities. Parent involvement is the key!  We want you to be part of the Parkway team. Volunteer, join our active PTSA. There is always room for you in different capacities. Please peruse our Parkway website for all sorts of information. Please know that my door is always open to you. Communication between home and school is vital. Together we make this a great school by putting children first in all we do! 

Mary Beason             
mary.beason@lmsvsd.net               
(619) 668-5810 (ext. 1199)
Success for Every Child!

Announcements:

Back to School Night – Date Change to August 29th

Our annual Back-to-School Night has moved to Thursday, August 29th from 5:15 - 7:50pm!  This is an opportunity for parents to meet with each teacher and hear about curriculum and classroom procedures for this school year. A revised copy of our flyer will be posted below shortly.

2020 Washington D.C. trip for 8th Graders

Our 2020 Washington D.C. trip for 8th graders will be Sunday, March 29th through Saturday, April 4th, and it includes stops in Philadelphia, New York and Boston. Early enrollment pricing is available now! The trip itinerary is available for download below. For more information and enrollment details, please visit the following link.

Why You'll Love Parkway

  • Reading and Writing Emphasized Across All Subject Areas
  • Rigorous Math and Language Arts Classes Provided to Allow for Students’ Varied Academic Needs
  • One-to-one Chromebooks and/or iPads in All Language Arts and Math Classes
  • Varied Electives Offered such as Forensics, Journalism, Programming/Gaming, Media, Music Exploration, Band, Spanish 1 and 2, ASB and Yearbook
  • Character Education Emphasized through Discussions in Classes and the Morning Broadcast Using the Six Pillars of Character
  • Parkway Builders Club and California Junior Scholarship Foundation that Offers Many Opportunities for Students to Participate in Community Service Activities
  • A School-Wide Focus on Anti-Bullying
  • Exceptional Physical Education Program that has Exclusive Use of the Junior Seau Sports Complex During School Hours
  • Additional Flex and Foundation Period Throughout the School year to Support Students who are Struggling and Offer Enrichment Opportunities for More Advanced Students
  • Free Morning Homework Club Offered Tuesday Through Friday in the Library

Enroll Today!

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Important Information:

Apply for Free or Reduced Price Meals

If you are applying for free or reduced price meals, you can either complete a paper application (forms are available in the school office) or apply online. Online applications may be processed more quickly. If you would like to apply online, please visit the following link and follow the instructions to apply online. Please note that you will need to create an account to apply. Until notification, families must provide their student with a lunch or lunch money.

Volunteer Opportunities!

We have various opportunities for our Parkway families to volunteer at our school, both one-time events and ongoing in the school office. Volunteering at the school is a great way to meet other families and to feel connected to your student's school! As opportunities arise, we will post sign-ups here. Feel free to call the office at (619) 668-5810 if you have questions.

Purchase PE clothes and lock here!

PE clothes and a PE lock can be purchased here and picked up during PE. If you purchase online, please send your student with the receipt; they will pick up their clothing and lock during PE. Please note that all students are required to have a school-issued lock for PE. However, students may wear their own solid-color t-shirt with sleeves and basketball-type shorts; no logos or school names are allowed, and PE clothes must be different from what students wear to school.

New shot requirements for 7th graders!! No shots, no school.

Starting in the 2019-2020 school year, 7th grade students are required to also have a 2nd dose of Varicella (chicken pox) in addition to the T-Dap booster. You can download flyers that outline the requirements in English or Spanish.  

Please bring in your up-to-date shot record to your current elementary school; your students' records will roll over to Parkway when they start 7th grade. Your student will not be able to start school without proof of required immunizations. You can fax records to (619) 668-5779; please include your contact information if you fax.

Students without the required immunizations will not be allowed to attend school. 

If your child needs the T-Dap booster or 2nd Varicella dose, shots are available from your local doctor, local pharmacies, and for those without health coverage - El Cajon Public Health Center ($10) at 367 N. Magnolia Ave, Ste 101, (619) 441-6500.

Jupiter Grades

If you need a Jupiter Grades password, please contact the Office Manager, Julianne Pantehis at (619) 668-5810 (ext. 1197), or by email, julianne.pantehis@lmsvschools.org

Two Household Communication

Does your child live in two households and you need communication to both households?

Please call the office to arrange for automatic calls and emails to both households.  (619) 668-5810.

Need homework for an absent child?

Look on Jupiter and/or email the teachers.

District News

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