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Who Will be the MCPS Teacher of the Year?

Three MCPS teachers have been selected as finalists for the MCPS Teacher of the Year Award. The finalists are: Melissa Segal of Luxmanor Elementary School; Cherin Hershkowitz of Roberto Clemente Middle School; and Nancy Shay of Richard Montgomery High School. The Teacher of the Year will be announced at Champions for Children Awards celebration in April. The celebration also will honor business and community partners.

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Wheaton HS Showcases Project-Based Learning

Wheaton High School students proudly showcased their projects at the STEAM event on March 16. The goal of the event was to give students a venue to display a variety of projects they developed as part of the school’s project-based learning curriculum and to provide access to and guidance from industry professionals.

Wheaton HS

MCPS Launches Student Contest to Combat Hate

Combating the elevated levels of divisiveness and hate that have emerged in our county and country is the responsibility of every community member, including students. To help our county combat hate, MCPS is launching United We Learn: Combating Hate through the Arts. This contest asks students to use art to explore issues of diversity, bias and prejudice to empower the community to combat hate. The contest, which runs through April 21, is open to students across all grade levels.

United We Learn

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