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Browse Public Announcements for 2003 - 2004 School Year

Four Finalists Named for Teacher of the Year Award

(April 28, 2004)

Four Montgomery County Public Schools (MCPS) teachers have been named finalists in the Montgomery County Teacher of the Year competition. The local Teacher of the Year winner will be announced at the ...(more)

Board of Education Seeks Applicants for District 5

(April 28, 2004)

Individuals who live in Board of Education District 5 in Eastern Montgomery County are invited to apply for the vacancy created by the upcoming resignation of Reginald M. Felton, who will be leaving t ...(more)

Five Blair Students to Compete in Nat'l Science Bowl

(April 27, 2004)

A team of students from Montgomery Blair High School is among 64 National Science Bowl regional winners that will compete in the National Science Bowl championship on May 2nd and 3rd. The competition ...(more)

Board Aligns Policies with Strategic Plan

(April 27, 2004)

The Board of Education met on Monday [April 26] and, among other items, reviewed a framework to align Board policies with the strategic plan and approved a resolution regarding the High School Assessm ...(more)

Volunteer Tutors are Needed for Summer Program

(April 27, 2004)

Volunteer tutors are needed for Summer Adventures in Learning 2004, an Extended Learning Opportunities program. The free Montgomery County Public Schools (MCPS) program, set for July 6-July 30 for fo ...(more)

Felton to Resign by July from Board of Education (Dist. 5)

(April 27, 2004)

Montgomery County Board of Education Vice President Reginald M. Felton has announced his intention to resign his seat by July, as he prepares to move out of his Silver Spring home and end his resident ...(more)

Pres. Scholar Program Names 8 Semifinalists

(April 26, 2004)

Eight high school seniors from Montgomery County Public Schools (MCPS) have been named semifinalists for the 2004 Presidential Scholars awards, one of the highest honors given to high school seniors i ...(more)

Pattern of Lead in Water Found in Five More Schools

(April 26, 2004)

Elevated levels of lead were found in some water sample results for five schools – Fox Chapel, Harmony Hills, Oak View, and Rosemary Hills elementary schools, and Gaithersburg High School – accordin ...(more)

Survey of 2003 Grads Shows Plans to Attend College

(April 26, 2004)

The majority of last year's Montgomery County Public Schools (MCPS) graduates planned to head off to college, according to the Class of 2003 High School Senior Exit Survey. The survey of postsecond ...(more)

Washington Post Honors Blake High School Teacher

(April 23, 2004)

The Washington Post will honor Mary D.P. Wagner, a comparative religion and government teacher at James Hubert Blake High School, and other winners of the Agnes Myer Outstanding Teacher Award at a rec ...(more)

Title I Schools Hold Parent Meetings on Choice Options

(April 23, 2004)

Parent meetings on the enrollment options and supplemental educational services planned for next year in response to requirements of the No Child Left Behind Act of 2001 are being held beginning next ...(more)

Board of Education to Meet on Monday, April 26, 2004

(April 22, 2004)

Agenda for April 26 Meeting 8:00 p.m. 1.0 Acknowledgment of a Quorum 1.1 Approval of the Agenda (A) 1.2 National Student Leadership Week (A) 1.3 Asian Pacific American Heritage Month (A) 8:15 ...(more)

Page ES to Hold May 8 Rededication Ceremony

(April 22, 2004)

The William Tyler Page Elementary School community has planned a ceremony to mark the completion of the newly-modernized school facility. All present and former members of the Page Elementary School ...(more)

Magruder Students Produce Video on Brown Decision

(April 21, 2004)

On Friday, April 23, students at Col. Zadok Magruder High School will watch a special student-produced video titled, “Magruder High Presents Brown v. Board of Education 50th Anniversary.” The 20-minu ...(more)

Six Edison HS Students Win Top SkillsUSA Awards

(April 19, 2004)

Six students from Thomas Edison High School of Technology took first place awards at the 31st Annual Maryland SkillsUSA Championships, allowing them to move on to the national competition. The 40 E ...(more)