• Wednesday, March 21, 2018 - Code Yellow - Schools and offices are closed. EMERGENCY PERSONNEL only must report to work.

    Today's Aerospace Engineering and Aviation Technology at DuVal High School Open House Information Session is rescheduled for Monday, March 26, 2018, at 6:00 PM. Please email dhsaero@pgcps.org if you have any additional questions.

    Miércoles, 21 de marzo, 2018 - Código Amarillo – Todas las escuelas permanecen cerradas. Todas las oficinas permanecen cerradas. Solamente el PERSONAL DE EMERGENCIA debe reportarse al trabajo.

    La sesión informativa abierta al público sobre Ingeniería Aeroespacial y Tecnología Aeronáutica para la Escuela Superior DuVal, programada para hoy, será reprogramada para el lunes, 26 de marzo del 2018 a las 6:00 p. m. Si tiene preguntas adicionales, por favor, envíe un correo electrónico a dhsaero@pgcps.org

  • Counseling Center

                      Counseling Center  

    Professional Guidance Counselor- Debra Morrow  

    Phone:  301.390.0247

    Fax:      301.390.5721 

    See below for Important Information from the Tall Oaks Guidance Department.

    EXAMPLES OF Student Learning Service Hours 

    Service-Learning activities must include Preparation, Action, and Reflection


    • yard work, shovel snow, work around the house
    • grocery shopping, reading the newspaper, books, etc.
    • write letters for the seniors, write a journal type documentary on their life
    • with the senior dictation the past to you
    • volunteer at the local senior center


    • tutor at the neighborhood school or day care center
    • present special programs that have a message to young children, e.g., a
    • puppet show on saying no to strangers
    • make daily calls to a latchkey student
    • serve as a homework hotline for the children in the neighborhood
    • create a special childcare day during certain time of the year, e.g., Saturday
    • before the winter holidays so parents can go shopping


    • assist city governments, or civic associations with the planting of trees,
    • flowers, or a park clean up
    • participate in the Adopt-a-Highway program
    • help out a sick neighbor by running errands, taking out the trash, bringing in
    • the mail
    • help around your place of worship-clean-up chores, teach Sunday School,
    • assist with a festival or bazaar, sing in the choir, baby-sit in the nursery
    • assist with monitoring a recycling program in your apartment or housing
    • development
    • volunteer at the library
    • coach or help out with the Boys and Girls Club
    • help with the Boys Scouts/Girl Scouts
    • help with Little League
    • work on a graffiti clean-up campaign in your community
    • help at the local nursing home, volunteer in your local hospital
    • assist with Special Community Projects-e.g., Martin Luther King, Jr.
    • celebrations, Black History Month, women’s History Month, National Heritage Hispanic Month


    • become an active member of the peer mediation and/or conflict resolution teams in your school
    • develop a plan and plant bushes and flowers around the school; decorate
    • trash containers (school colors and mascot);do grounds clean-up
    • serve as a school guide during special events
    • tutor students before/after school, or during lunch





    children come first