Parents

  • Birmingham Covington School is home to 648 students and, in turn, to their parents and families. Each year, BCS welcomes at least 108 new students.  While we host parents at our annual curriculum nights, information nights, and conferences, we also welcome parents to review any curriculum and instructional materials they would like and to visit the school to observe our programs and instructional process through tours with our student ambassadors.  Our partnership with our parents is important to us as we work together to support the growth and development of the students we serve.  For more details about BCS programs, please review both the "Why BCS" and "PTA" tabs above.

    The following resources and information are designed to help current BCS students (and their parents) navigate through daily life at Covington. Data is provided on every aspect of the student day, from having breakfast or lunch at our cafeteria, to contacting the school to report a student absence.

    If you have questions about the daily routine at BCS, please contact our main office at (248) 203-4444.

    Link: Report Absence


    Kids' Club

    BCS Kids Club is a licensed program designed to provide high quality after school care. We are committed to providing a safe, stimulating, and enjoyable experience in a relaxed atmosphere to BCS students in grades 3-8. Click here for more Kids' Club information.


    BCS Student Handbook and BPS Policies

    BCS Student Handbook

    BPS Board of Education Policies for Students


    Frequently Accessed Tools and Sites

    Specialized Instructions & School Services

    For classroom specific links, please click on Teams above and select your grade level team.

    PowerSchool
    District Code: ZHHX
     
     
     
    XtraMath

    Xtra Math

     
     
     

     
     
     
     
     
     

    Internet Essentials

    Comcast has introduced a program called Comcast Internet Essentials. This offer is for any BPS students receiving free lunches (not reduced lunches) through the National School Lunch Program. In an effort to bridge the “Digital Divide” it provides:

    • Home Internet Access for $9.95 per month
    • A Low Cost Computer for $149.99
    • Free Internet Training – Online, Print

    Comcast has launched the program and is now accepting applications. For more information, see the Comcast Internet Essentials website.