Welcome to Sparrow Road Intermediate School!

Main Office: 757-578-7050

VOLUNTARY Student Accident Insurance

Parents are able to purchase VOLUNTARY Student Accident insurance for their child for the 2021-2022 school year. This insurance covers their child while attending school or any school sponsored event in case of an injury. This voluntary insurance is not just for athletics and participation in sports. Pricing and application information is available on the K&K Insurance website. Please call our district Risk Management office (757-547-1640) for assistance.

2021-2022 School Year

Car Riders/Parent Pick Up 

Will your child be a car rider for the 2021-2022 school year?  Please fill out this Parent Pick Up Google Form

CPS Back to School Information

Please visit the CPS Back to School website for information on:

  • Health and Safety Protocols, Dashboards, and FAQs
  • COVID-19 Communications Plan
  • Online Student Verification (by September 30, 2021)
  • NEW Bus Stop Lookup Tool
  • School Start and End Times
  • School Meals Program
  • Chromebook Distribution & Expectations
  • ESSER III Spending Plan

Chromebooks:

Students will be assigned a Chromebook to use at school and at home.  Our students will be responsible for taking care of the device.  Please visit the CPS HelpDesk for Chromebook Care Best Practices and other Chromebook information.

OneLogin:

Students use OneLogin to sign into Chesapeake Public School accounts.  Please visit the Department of Technology for directions and videos on how to sign in.

Schoology:

This year we are continuing to use the Learning Management System called Schoology.  Teachers will use this platform to share all communication and activities with students.  Please visit our Teaching and Learning’s Schoology webpage for more information.

 

 

 

Our Mission Statement:

Sparrow Road Intermediate in partnership with its students, families, and community believe that all students should be accepted, appreciated, nurtured, and challenged according to their individual needs. Through their education at school, students should gain the skills, strategies, and desire necessary for continued learning. They should also develop a strong sense of responsibility for themselves and toward each other, their community, and the earth’s resources. To this end, faculty and staff should create a rich multicultural environment for learning; design an integrated curriculum; provide for children to become self-directed learners; and share their enthusiasm for learning, in an atmosphere of mutual respect and appreciation.

Revised 8/25/2021