Welcome to the Parent Resources Page
We have redesigned our parent page to be more useful then ever by including resources to help you stay connected and creating links to our most used applications.
We encourage all parents to follow us on Social Media, and sign up to receive our weekly newsletter the "Bucky Bulletin" emailed to your inbox to stay informed on all the latest events taking place at BES.
Together we can ensure the success of all of our students!
PARENT RESOURCE LINKS
Five Guys Fundraiser!
Tuesday, January 28th 4pm-7pm!
Join us for a fun Family Night Out fundraiser at Five Guys in West Ocean City on Tuesday, January 28th from 4pm-7pm to benefit Buckingham Elementary School. You must bring your flyer for BES to receive a percentage of sales! A copy of the flyer is available by clicking the image.
Digital Weekly Newsletters through Constant Contact
Keep up with the latest events, school fundraisers and more, by signing up to receive our weekly digital newsletter the Bucky Bulletin.
Each Friday the Bucky Bulletin will be automatically emailed to you through our Constant Contact email service. Don't be left out of the loop, Sign up today, it only takes 30 seconds! Click the picture to get started.
Parents in grades 2-4 may now access Powerschool to view their students grades anytime by using the login link above.
To register for an account and create a username and password, please make an appointment to meet with our guidance counselor Mrs. Aperance by calling 410-632-5300.
Check out what is happening with our PTA! Click the Logo above to visit our PTA page.
2019-2020 Student Handbook
The 2019 - 2020 Student Handbook explains students rights, responsibilities, and our code of conduct.
The document also outlines useful information for parents including educational programs, Health programs, attendance, dress codes, food service, discipline procedures and more.
MCAP Information and Resources
Each year all Maryland 3rd and 4th grade students take the English Language Arts and Math MCAP Assessments. MCAP helps teachers and parents determine if younger students are acquiring skills and knowledge needed to advance to the next grade level, while older students can see if they are on track to graduate, ready for college and careers.
To learn more about the assessments click the MCAP logo to access our MCAP resources page.