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Welcome to South County MS!


No School for Students on Monday

There will be no school for students on Monday, September 29th for teachers to participate in professional development on our first FCPS Strategic Planning day.

Grading and Reporting for 2014-2015

As part of our continuing efforts to increase communication between the school and home, you will begin to receive emailed progress reports from your child’s teachers on October 2nd or 3rd.    Please keep in mind that the progress reports represent work completed during the first few weeks of the school year and are, therefore, a snapshot of their performance to date.  Progress reports will be sent regularly this year outlined in the SCMS Grading and Reporting Schedule (PDF). Please contact your child's teachers with any questions.

SCMS Self-Advocacy Program

Click the above link to learn more about our Self Advocacy Program.

Blackboard Parent View Account Validation

Visit the front office between 8:00 am and 3:30 pm with your registration code and valid photo ID. Please go to the SCMS Blackboard Parent View webpage for more information.

SCMS Picture Day

Students will have their pictures taken during their PE classes on Tuesday, September 23rd or Wednesday, September 24th.

After School Program and Late Buses

The SCMS After School Program begins on Tuesday, September 30th with parent pick up only and Late Buses start on Monday, October 6th.

SCMS TJHSST Information

Interested in attending TJHSST? Come to the SCMS information session on Wednesday, October 1st from 3:00 pm to 4:00 pm in the SCMS Lecture Hall to learn about TJHSST, the admission process, the programs, classes offered and student life. Go to the SCMS TJHSST webpage, under Student Services for more information.

Youth Depression and Positive Mental Health

The link above provides resources for parents who have concerns about the emotional and behavioral health of their child or teen, and want to know more about what they can do to help them grow up healthy and safe.

FCPS 2014 Working Conditions Survey ResultsCommunity Upload (Click Here)

FCPS has released the results of its 2014 Working Conditions Survey, completed by more than 13,000 educators, who answered questions about overall conditions, time, leadership, decision making, facilities and resources, professional development, student conduct, and community support. More information can be found at

SCMS Project Information