Online Learning Updates 12/20-1/14

Updates for the first week of Distance Learning


Manhood 101 Toy drive- A success!!!!

Nia Tabe, Principal Dr. Brown, and Editor: Stacey Alexis

Greetings Jaguars!

The ability to adapt to change will be one of the defining measures of how successful you eventually become.

Based on the decision of senior leadership, all PGCP Schools will be on virtual learning from 12/20-23 and 1/3-14. In-person learning will resume on 1/18. Here is some important information about online learning:

  1. The school day will operate on the same schedule as it did while we are in the building. The school day starts at 7:45 am. Please arrive on time, with cameras on, ready to learn.
  2. All instruction will occur via Zoom or google meet. Please see your teachers google classroom for the appropriate links which will guide you to their virtual classroom.
  3. Students will be able to retrieve all instructional material from the school Monday, December 20th from 7:30 am-4:30 pm. Students must enter from the administrative entrance and must exit from the same entrance. They will be allowed 15 minutes in the building. No more than 20 students will be allowed in the building at a time.
  4. Students requiring new chrome books must bring their old chrome books to the main office. If the chrome books is broken, replacements cost $30. If they are lost, it costs $200 to replace them. Replacement chargers are $25.

We will continue to work toward academic and personal excellence regardless of the circumstances that lay before us. These last four days matter. Remain focused!

Welcome to another Magnificent Monday at our Mecca of Excellence! Today is an “A” day. class starts at 7:45 am. Please arrive on time, with your cameras on, ready to learn!

Manhood 101 Toy drive- A success!!!!

Congratulations to the Manhood 101 mentoring group who successfully organized and executed the first community service event of the year. The Men collected and distributed over 200 toys to the youth of Suitland, Maryland today. This effort was led by 10th grader and 3D Scholar Johnathon Curtis. Excellent work men!

Congratulations to our every Oluwakemi Abiodun!!!! PGCPS SCHOLAR OF THE WEEK

Congratulations to our Wrestling Team!



Congratulations Wrestlers: Antwone Brooks, Samjela Lesiga, Caleb, Derrick, Nathaniel, Emmanuel O., Solomon Scott, Omar Lewis, Ashton, Josh, Tomi, Dylan, Jayvon, Mike, Kiandre, Anthony

Honor Roll Assemblies

The 9th grade Assembly will occur when we return to live instruction the week of January 18th.

9th Graders!!! Join the Early Childhood Program Three Year Program

Sign Up for Program

By December 10th

Your Parents Must create the account first.

Then you can sign up for 

Early Childhood Education Program here at Flowers HS

10th Grade Year1st Class to Learn how to work with children. Understanding how children learn and develop over time.

11th Grade YearDouble Period with Ms. Pea. Preschool Lab at Flowers working with preschoolers in class. (If Covid Allows) Internship Year: Work in a Paid Daycare Center once you turn 16. Create a Portfolio and prepare for an interview with a Child Care Specialist. CPR Certification and American with disability Act Certification. 

12th Grade Year: ½ Day schedule and continue to earn the 480 Daycare Internship requirement. Take the CDA Test which PG County Public School pays $480 for first attempt. 

Ms. Pea: [email protected]

Room 1019: 1st Floor

 ECE Flyer

 Video-Early Childhood Education Video/21-22

Math Tutoring

The CHF Math Honor Society is offering free after-school Math tutoring again this year. Tutoring will be held weekly, every Friday on Zoom, from 7:30 pm to 8:30 pm. Meeting Link: Mu Alpha Theta Tutoring

Once you join the session, tutors (also flowers students) will assist in ALL levels of math, and also in SAT Prep. You can then identify a subject and go into a breakout room!

Applying for Specialty Programs

Here is a chart to learn how to apply to the 3D Scholars, S&T, and Fire Academy programs.

Dr. Gorman E. Brown