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    • Behind the Wheel: Partners for Safe Teen Drivers meeting.  If a student plans to take the Behind the Wheel through Stafford County Public Schools or through a private driving company, the parent and student must attend this Partners for Safe Teen Drivers meeting. In order to be eligible for Behind the Wheel, students must have a valid Virginia's learners permit, passed classroom driver education, and attended the Parent-Teen Driver Meeting. A student will not be allowed to register for Behind the Wheel training without meeting all requirements. Stafford County Schools is committed to working with parents to keep our students safe and reduce teen crashes.  

       
      To access the Partners for Safe Teen Drivers meeting, click on the link below. The student will need to select "login" at the top right of the page in order to have access to all course content and quizzes. At the end of the course, students will be prompted to fill out a google form for attendance. Students will also be emailed a certificate of completion. If you have any questions, please contact your building's driver education coordinator or behind the wheel instructors.
       
      Link for meeting:
       
      If you have any questions please contact 
      Kimberly Gaughan (Behind the Wheel instructor)  at gaughankl@staffordschools.net
      or   Matt Tucker (Driver's Education Coordinator) at tuckermb@staffordschools.net

     

     

    College Visits

    All juniors and seniors may attend up to 3 visits per year. There are 20 Colleges and Universities that have scheduled visits to come to BPHS. Please come to the Counseling office to sign up and receive a pass to attend. A list of visits is posted on the BPHS website under Counseling and also on the Counseling bulletin board next to the clinic.

    Interested Seniors: For an on-site admissions process, a student is visited by an admissions officer at Brooke Point High School for an interview. During the interview or shortly after, the admissions officer reviews the student's application and tells the student that same day if they are accepted. 

     

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  • PARENTVUE

    Here are the ParentVue Instructions.

    Parents are encouraged to use the ParentVue link (scroll up to the Students and Parents tab to find the link) to register for the parent portal. To register for the first time, parents must receive an activation key from counseling. Once registered, parents are able to view their child’s class schedule, courses, attendance, real-time grades, teacher classroom pages, and report cards. If you are having problems accessing ParentVue, you can click on More Options, then Forgot Password. Enter your email address and a link will be sent so you can reset your password. 

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