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Principal Newsletter

Summer 2020


BCPS is providing Universal Access Apex Tutorials, a.k.a. “Summer Learning Hike” beginning June 15th for students currently taking

Math 6, GT 6, PreAlgebra, Math 8, Algebra I, Geometry, and Algebra II. 

Students will see a new tile when they enter BCPSOne on June 15. 

The math lesson in Schoology for the week of June 15 - 19 
takes the students through a preview of APEX.

Click to view Universal Summer Learning Hike details!


As the end of the school year draws near, we want to provide you with some resources so that you may continue to practice reading and writing throughout the summer.

We are encouraging all students to participate in PGMS Summer Reading and Writing BINGO.

Open the attached file for more details!


 We need flashlights, batteries for the flashlights, white towels and duct tape for our classroom emergency buckets.  Donations may be dropped off at the school or sent in with your child.  Any donations would be appreciated.  


Thank you for your interest in volunteering in Baltimore County Public Schools. Our schools depend on volunteers and value their contributions to enhance the programs and services provided for students. Volunteers are important members of Team BCPS and help our staff sustain effective learning environments, chaperone field trips, assist with PTSA events, assist in the library and more. Please visit the BCPS website for volunteer information.



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Incoming 6th graders
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Dear Parents,
Baltimore County Public Schools’ policy requires that ALL students transitioning from Grade 5 to Grade 6 and Grade 8 to Grade 9 verify residency prior to the start of the school year.  Provisions for student enrollment and attendance are outlined in Board of Education Policy and Superintendent’s Rule 5150, STUDENTS:  Enrollment and Attendance.  A copy of Policy and Rule 5150 can be obtained by accessing the link or by requesting a copy from the school.

Students enrolled as homeless, shared domicile, or students in state-supervised care verify residency annually and are exempt from this process.

Verification of residency requires at least five (5) documents from the parent/guardian, including photo identification, one of the following documents providing proof of domicile:  Deed or lease, title, mortgage coupon book, real estate tax bill or receipt, and three pieces of business mail or documentation dated within sixty (60) days of the date submitted.  All documents must reflect the same address.

You can begin the enrollment process by visiting Baltimore County Public Schools; completing the appropriate electronic form; and uploading the required enrollment documents.  The documents needed are determined by the type of enrollment.  Once the online form is submitted, a representative from the school will be in touch regarding the office that will assist you.  Traditional enrollments are handled by school personnel while non-traditional enrollments are handled by staff from the Office of Pupil Personnel Services.
PS 222 F3-Shared Domicile Disclosure Renewal Form.docx
PS 222 F4-Shared Domicile Disclosure Renewal Form (Spanish).docx

Prior to beginning the online enrollment form, visit the Office of Pupil Personnel Services website to learn about the various types of enrollment and the forms needed for each.  Forms should be downloaded and saved to your computer or phone before starting the online form so that you may upload them when prompted without having to begin the form again.  For your convenience, the forms have been converted to documents that you can type directly into and save.

Thank you for your cooperation in updating your residency to ensure compliance with Board Policy and Superintendent’s Rule 5150We look forward to having your child join us for 2020-2021 school year!

Deb Magness

Our Mission

Welcome to Pine Grove Middle School!

Pine Grove Middle School students will be empowered to reach their maximum potential as responsible, life-long learners and globally competitive citizens by engaging in high-quality education activities that develop 21st century content knowledge, skills, and attitudes.

Upcoming Events

Buy your yearbook! Orders close on July 31st!
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Hi Cougars! Back in September the talented PGMS yearbook staff designed a yearbook cover called “Locked in Memories”.  Little did we know that March would bring such a change to our lives with social distancing and online school, as we Stay at Home to Save Lives during the Covid-19 Pandemic.  The 2019-2020 yearbook is filled with pictures of good times and dear friends, and a special message from the faculty to you.  Please purchase a yearbook today!  Supplies are limited, so don’t miss out! Yearbooks are on sale for $28 at  If you have any questions, please email Mrs. Mullins at

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