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Media Center Staff (we're here to help)!
Parents and guardians, if you need help logging onto MCPS' ParentVue system, please email Ms. Lamphier at Andrea_Lamphier@mcpsmd.org.
ParentVUE Guide (google slides)
Use this slide presentation to learn ParentVUE basics.
ParentVUE help guide
Answers your questions about ParentVUE and how it works with myMCPS Classroom (Canvas) to see your child's grades, attendance, homework and more!
Blair ParentVUE help form
If you need any ParentVUE help at all, please use this Blair ParentVUE contact form and we will be happy to help!
Installing the ParentVUE app
Even though ParentVUE works with myMCPS Classroom (Canvas), you will want to make sure to remove your old Parent Portal app. Here are the directions for ParentVUE. If possible, use the same email as before.
ScheduleFM (use to request Room Use or Media Center use)
Please see Jim Funk or Brandon Crabtree in the Main Office for username and password.
Media Center Online Services
Blair First Book
Blair's Media Center is now part of the First Book Community. Thanks to a generous donation, we have several hundred free books for Blazers!
Rainbow Library books @Blair
Rainbow Library is a program of GLSEN, that sends LGBTQ+ affirming K-12 text sets to schools across select states and counties - for free! These books are available in the Media Center for Check out. Each year GLSEN holds a Reader Summit, and if you write a winning review of one of this year's Rainbow Library titles, you could win a trip to the next Reader Summit!
BLISS Online Tutors
You can reach a Blair BLISS tutor between 4:00 and 10:00 every day but Saturday!
Please present your pass to a media center staff member and then sign in.
Common Sense Media Parenting Blog
Raising kids in today's media environment is challenging. But it's also fun, surprising, and inspiring. Our bloggers represent diverse views, but we all have one thing in common: We care about kids' media. We recognize that parents know their own kids best -- and know what's best for their own kids. The blog is a place to share ideas, confess our trials and tribulations, ask questions and get answers, learn something, teach something, explore topics of the day, uncover trends, and just be there for one another.
Links for teen reading experts!
Lunchtime Auditorium Films
|Most days during lunch, students may choose to come to the auditorium for a film. Click on the movie reel to see the schedule.
The schedule changes due to testing, late arrival or early dismissal, or other schedule changes.
If there is a film you'd like to request, please let us know!