Montgomery County Public Schools, Rockville, Maryland
SEARCH
HOMEABOUT USSCHOOLSCOMMUNITYFOR PARENTSFOR STUDENTSFOR STAFF

November 2013
Su M Tu W Th F Sa
          1 2
3 4 5 6 7 8 9
10 11 12 13 14 15 16
17 18 19 20 21 22 23
24 25 26 27 28 29 30


> STUDENT AFFAIRS OFFICE

> MOST REQUESTED

> Calendars
> Leadership Resources
> Service Opportunities
> MCR News & Photos
> MCJC News & Photos
> Monthly Newsletter
> Student Member of the Board Info

> STUDENT GOVERNMENT

> MCR (High School)
> MCJC (Middle School)

> STUDENT MEMBER OF THE BOARD OF EDUCATION (SMOB)


> OTHER PROGRAMS & INFORMATION


> RELATED LINKS

> Department of
Student Services
> Student Service Learning
> Student Rights & Responsibilites
> Policies & Regulations
> Maryland Leadership Workshops (MLW)

> CONTACT US
       

STUDENT AFFAIRS OFFICE > STUDENT MEMBER OF THE BOARD

Student Member of the Board of Education (SMOB)
 

2014-2015

Ms. Dahlia Huh
Clarksburg High School

BOE Phone 301-279-5258
BOE Fax 301-279-5259

Dahlia_S_Huh@mcpsmd.org

Blackberry: (coming soon)

Dahlia Huh's BOE biography

SMOB News & Pictures
SMOB Election Calendar
SMOB Election Process
SMOB History
SMOB: Past Members
SMOB: Nominating Convention
SMOB: Special Elections Com.
SMOB Communications*
twitter.com/DahliaHuh
facebook: www.facebook.com/SMOBDahliaHuh

General Information about the election of the SMOB:
The Montgomery County Region (MCR) has the unique opportunity, in partnership with our Board of Education, to supervise the election of the student member of the Board of Education (SMOB). In Montgomery County, the student Board member must win a spot on a final ballot, actively campaign and be elected by the majority vote of students in middle and high school. This unique opportunity in civic education allows our secondary students to experience the power of their vote. The student member on the Board of Education is an elected public official, sworn in by the clerk of the court.

The chief administrator and deputy chief administrators (appointed by the MCR president), conducts the business of the Special Elections Committee in running the election procedures for the SMOB. All high schools should have at least one student serving on the committee. Middle schools are encouraged to have a representative on the committee.

For more information, dates, and the opportunity to join this county committee, go to the Special Elections Committee web page.

Return to Top of Page

* MCPS is not responsible for all of the information found on networks outside of the MCPS organization, including the World Wide Web. MCPS does not have control over information residing on other systems or Internet sites to which there is access through MCPS.

Return to Top of Page

 

Updated July 3, 2014| Maintained by Karen Crawford


© 1995–2004 Montgomery County Public Schools, Maryland