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Community & Power Project Family Resources
Staying Safe & Healthy
During this time, it is important to us that our students and families receive ongoing support, academically and otherwise. SFNC has set up a small fund for families to use in the event of an emergency. The distribution of funds will be decided by staff on a case by case basis.
If a Power Project parent or family member needs help during this time, they can let a staff member know during their check-in or contact our Parent Liaison Coordinator Everel Watson at email@example.com.
Our staff is committed to keeping open communication with all families throughout this period. Each of our staff members has been assigned four families to check-in with daily from Monday to Thursday. The goal of these calls is to make sure our families are OK, check-in on their child's learning at home, and provide additional resources and support as needed. Our staff is here to listen. Each family will recieve a check-in call every day. An initial call will be made to see what the best time to contact you is. Some families will receive daily calls from staff who are usually 'behind the scenes.” Visit
Our Staff & Board web-page see pictures, names, and titles of our team so that you may put a name to a face
Are you concerned about the coronavirus and need health coverage? Have you lost your job or has your household income changed? You can enroll now in a health plan through Maryland Health Connection due to the COVID-19 crisis and may be eligible to receive financial help to help you pay for coverage. As part of the state’s overall response to the coronavirus, and in an effort to prioritize health and safety, Maryland Health Connection opened a new special enrollment period for uninsured Marylanders.
It is our goal that all students in the Power Project will use iReady online instruction for at least 1 hour per day so they can continue learning from home. Students will earn 1 PowerBuck (our incentive program: PowerBucks are used to purchase toys in our PowerBuck Store) per 15 minutes they log on iReady. There is no limit or cap to how many PowerBucks they can earn. We ask that parents/guardians monitor students while on iReady if possible. If your child is not able to complete iReady for any reason - trouble getting set up, lack of internet or need of a computer etc, please let staff know. We are here to help! To Log Into iReady:
Login ID: Your child’s firstnamelastname ex: ‘janedoe’
password: ‘summerfun’, ‘powerproject’, OR ‘123abc’
As we know, many of our students are already online-learning with ClassDojo. However, for students who are not able to access the internet at home, BCPS has put together learning packets for each grade. BCPS Students and families scan find their grade level and click the link to download daily lessons on:
Additionally, every Monday during the closure period, students will be able to pick up work packets at the district’s 18 meal sites.
For help with homework and class assignments and questions about online learning, please call 443-984-2001, Monday to Friday, 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.
BCPS Students can access daily reading and math lessons on two educational access channels via cable television – City Schools TV (Comcast 77) and Charm TV (Comcast 25 and 1025). Each day, both stations will air a schedule of lessons in reading, math and science for grades K-8. See Broadcast Schedule
Don't have comcast? You can view lessons on CharmTV
Baltimore City is providing grab-n-go meals to all Baltimore children and youth (18 and under) Monday-Friday, March 23-27. The city is also distributing meals for families at select Housing Authority of Baltimore City sites for those communities’ residents only.
Dorothy I. Height has closed as a meal distribution location. The closest distribution location to most families in the 21217 area code is now the Mount Royal Recreation Center at Mount Royal Elementary/Middle.
Please see the link below to find your free meals location, listed at bmorechildren.com. All meal distribution sites are listed below by quadrant and with meal type and time.
CHARMCare is a free online resource guide that you can use to search for free or reduced-cost programs and services in Baltimore City to help meet your needs. The directory has information for resources that can help with needs like food, housing, transportation, utilities, employment, education, mental healthcare, and substance use care.
This resource guide is a service of the Baltimore City Health Department (BCHD) and its partners. It was developed through BCHD’s Accountable Health Communities project, which is a city-wide program that aims to connect patients to resources for social needs.
Looking for online learning for your child? Look no further! Check out this extensive list of Free Subscriptions offered by educational companies due to School Closings. If you want to add to the list or want to share your thoughts on any of these services, you can also Join the "Amazing Educational Resources" Facebook group.
Created and maintained by the Office of City Council President Brandon M. Scott. You can contact them at 410-396-4804 or firstname.lastname@example.org if you have questions or need assistance.
- Youth Food Distribution Sites
- Senior Lunch Distribution Sites
- Special Grocery Services for Seniors
- Primary Care Clinics for the Uninsured
- Baltimore City Council Districts