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Home Base: Home Base is the statewide student information system. To access real-time information including attendance, grades and assignments, click on the link below: 
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SchoolMessenger logo The SchoolMessenger notification system allows for instant school to home communications.
From emergencies to weather-related closures/delays to attendance calls to general reminders, SchoolMessenger can deliver thousands of messages per minute. Learn more by clicking on SchoolMessenger.
Contact Manager: Send a message to your home phone, work phone, cell phone, text, or e-mail. It's your choice about where and how messages are delivered. Learn how to sign up by clicking on Phone Activation Directions. Sign in or sign up to Contact Manager by clicking on the link below. 
 School Messenger Contact Manager  
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K12 Payment Center: Make online meal payments using your credit card, check your child's cafeteria account balance, get low balance alerts for your child's account by e-mail and see daily meal transactions for your child. Learn more by clicking on K12 Payment Center. Sign in by clicking on the link below:


  • Bring Global Awareness to the Classroom
    Learn more: 2015 World View Teacher Trip       
    Shown above: World View teacher trip to
    Ireland, June 21-28, 2014 
    The WCPS World View Program is excited to announce the 2015 teacher trip to Italy, June 16-23, 2015. The trip will highlight Rome, Venice, Florence, Sienna (Tuscany), and Assisi. Teachers who participate will receive 3 CEUs.
    An informational meeting will be held on June 12 in Conference Room A at 8:30 a.m. at the Central Office on Royal Avenue for those who are interested. If you cannot attend or have any questions, please contact Scott Hardy at scotthardy@wcps.org or 919-580-8279. Register now at http://www.explorica.com/Hardy-340.
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  • 2014-2015 School Calendars:
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  • K-3 Parents: Do you want to learn more about the North Carolina Read to Achieve law, which requires all students to become proficient readers by the end of third grade? Click on Read to Achieve to review the North Carolina Read to Achieve Guide's detailed outline of the law, view a parent video, and access other pertinent information.
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  • High School Course Registration Catalog: The 2014-2015 High School Course Registration is online! Click Here!

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