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Board of Education to Meet Tuesday, April 29

The Board will meet on Tue, April 29, 2014, at 10:00 a.m.

See the calendar page for meeting times and more information.


Board of Education Approves $2.32B Budget Request for FY 2015

The Montgomery County Board of Education on Tuesday (Feb. 11, 2014) approved a $2.32 billion operating budget request for Fiscal Year (FY) 2015—an increase of about 4 percent over the current budget. The budget is $51.7 million, or 2.3 percent, above the amount of funding required by state law.

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Applicants Sought for Ethics Panel Vacancy

The Montgomery County Board of Education is seeking to fill one vacancy on its five-member Ethics Panel.  The vacancy is for a three-year term beginning on July 1, 2014.  Applicants must be Montgomery County residents.  Members serve without compensation. 


Education Matters

Hosted by the BOE President, Education Matters is a 30-minute talk show where guests discuss education news, curriculum programs and initiatives, as well as challenges that schools, teachers and students face. The show features school success stories and what MCPS is doing to overcome barriers to student achievement.


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Contact Information

Contact Information

Board of Education Office

Montgomery County Public Schools
Carver Educational Services Center
850 Hungerford Drive, Room 123
Rockville, Maryland 20850

Tel: 301-279-3617
Fax: 301-279-3860
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This e-mail address should never be used
for matters on appeal and legal notices.
Notices of appeal or any communications
related to appeals may be delivered/mailed
to the Board office, e-mailed to Glenda Rose
at, or sent via
facsimile to 301-279-3860. All other legal
notices and official communication must be
delivered to the Board office in writing as required
by law

All messages sent to will be
automatically copied to all Board members.

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Bell Times Work Group

Bell Times Work Group

At the direction of the Montgomery County Board of Education, MCPS studied the possibility of changing high school start times in the late 1990s. Below are links to the three main reports that resulted from that work: