Parent Resources

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  • Eagle Adventure Zone Extended Care Program

    MPCS offers a before care and after school care program along with conference day camps for students preschool through fifth grade.
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  • Late Start Wednesdays

    On Late Start Wednesdays students, staff, and faculty beginning the normal school day at 8:45 a.m. instead of 8:00 a.m. On Late Start Wednesdays students may be dropped off between 8:20 and 8:45 a.m. Bus routes will remain at the same times. Students dropped off before before 8:30 a.m. must attend the monitored, age-appropriate study halls offered. For full details on Late Start Wednesdays, please click here.
  • Parent Teacher Fellowship

    Looking to get involved? Our Parent Teacher Fellowship supports the school in many ways and offers various opportunities for parents to become involved in activities around campus. For details and membership information, click here.
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  • Summer Reading

    Don't forget about the summer reading assignments! All of these are listed within our website. Click here to access all summer reading and activities.
  • Uniforms

    Not sure about what uniform pieces you need? Our complete 2018-2019 MPCS School Uniform Guidelines Booklet will provide you with all the details on uniform requirements for all grade levels. We encourage you to read these guidelines carefully before making purchases.
  • School Clinic

    MPCS offers a school clinic staffed by registered nurses Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
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  • Textbook Purchasing

    MPCS partners with MBS Direct for textbook purchasing. Ordering with MBS Direct provides families with competitive prices for textbooks, a high level of customer service, and the assurance of ordering the correct book for each class.
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  • Bus Transportation

    MPCS offers bus transportation from several locations. For details on routes and pricing for bus service, please click here. You may download a PDF of the routes here. To complete a contract, complete this form.


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  • Carpool

    Carpool Cards and Decals
    A carpool card and an MPCS security decal has been provided to our families. If changes are needed, please e-mail

    Group Carpools
    A zip code list of MPCS families is available in the front office if you are interested in being a part of a carpool group. A group carpool form is by clicking here. Please email to inform us of any carpool group formed so your cards may be prepared.
  • Dropping off and picking up

    Students may be dropped off at any of the MPCS carpool locations each morning after 7:30 a.m. Afternoon pick-up involves several different pick-up locations and carpool lines around campus. Specific instructions for your carpool assignment are printed on the back of your carpool card. Please read these instructions carefully. High school carpool is separate from the other lines and we do not combine younger students with high school. (see note on sibling drivers). Other approved individuals may pick up students in the carpool line with a school issued carpool card provided by the parent to the individual.

    PLEASE do not pull into any handicap parking spots or reserved parking spots, even if you are only dropping off your child. These should remain open and available at all times.

  • Sibling Drivers

    If your high school student has a younger sibling who rides with them, please complete the Student Sibling Driver form here. Student drivers who take middle school or lower school siblings home from school will need to walk over to their sibling’s assigned carpool pick-up location immediately following the high school dismissal at 3:10 to pick up their sibling. They will then walk with the sibling to the high school parking area.
  • Student driver parking and senior spots

    Licensed high school drivers will be assigned a specific parking space through the high school office. A student driver application is available by clicking here and is required for all parking spot requests and must be signed by a parent. A parking space will be assigned and a security parking decal issued. These decals must be displayed on the windshield at all times.

  • Walkers and bike riders

    If your child plans to walk or ride a bicycle to/from school, a Student Walker Permission Form must be signed and returned to the office before this routine begins. These forms are available online here. Please return these to the main office. Any students going home with walkers/bikers must also have a permission form on file. Student walkers/bikers will also be assigned a carpool card to be used on inclement weather days. Parents should take time to review this procedure with their children so there is no confusion when weather prevents them from walking or riding their bike home.

    Got a "guest" student walker with you? Please complete the student walker/guest form here.

  • Parent access to campus

    There may be times during the school day where as a parent you need to come onto campus—lunch with your student, checking out a sick child, appointments with staff members, volunteer work, or other meetings. Entry to campus during the school day is through the main Stanley Road entry gate. As a part of our security program, all parents are issued annual car security decals (one per parent). These decals should be displayed in the driver’s side lower corner of the windshield. Parents or other visitors who come to campus without a decal between 8:00 a.m.-2:30 p.m. should be prepared to stop and sign in at the security office at the main entrance to campus.

    We request parents refrain from checking students out after 2:00 p.m. due to carpool traffic.

  • Bus transportation

    MPCS offers bus transportation from several locations throughout the metro Atlanta area, which include the following cities: Acworth, Buckhead, Vinings, Cartersville, East Marietta, and Canton. For complete information on our bus transportation program, click here.