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Browse Public Announcements for 2005 - 2006 School Year

Meetings on MS Magnet Consortium are Scheduled

(October 31, 2005)

All Montgomery County parents of Grade 5 students are invited to attend information meetings and open houses to learn about middle school options available for their students in the Middle School Magn ...(more)

Report Considers High School Program Design

(October 28, 2005)

Student Assignment Plans are Not Yet Under Consideration Superintendent of Schools Jerry D. Weast has included with his capital budget proposal released this week the recommendations of the New Hig ...(more)

Recommended Capital Budget Plan is Released

(October 28, 2005)

Superintendent's Recommended Six-Year Capital Budget Plan Will Add Classroom Space and Reduce the Use of Portable Classrooms Superintendent of Schools Jerry D. Weast recommended a six-year const ...(more)

Board of Education Seeks Comment on Policy IQD

(October 27, 2005)

The Board of Education has requested community comment regarding its revised Policy IQD, Academic Eligibility for Extracurricular Activities, which sets forth the academic eligibility standards for mi ...(more)

Board of Education Seeks Comment on Policy JEB

(October 27, 2005)

The Board of Education has requested community comment regarding its revised Policy JEB, Early Entrance to Prekindergarten, Kindergarten, and First Grade, which reflects current understanding of the l ...(more)

Workshops to Assist in Applying to Magnets

(October 27, 2005)

Application workshops for the families of students who are applying to magnet programs in Montgomery County Public Schools will be held on Thursday, November 3, at 7:00 p.m. at White Oak Middle School ...(more)

Two Board Policies Approved for Public Comment

(October 25, 2005)

Board Appoints Citizens Advisory Committee on Family Life and Human Development The Board of Education met on Monday (October 24) and, among other items, approved a legislative platform for the ...(more)

Board Appoints New Advisory Committee

(October 24, 2005)

ROCKVILLE, MD – The Board of Education voted Monday night to appoint 14 Montgomery County residents to serve on the new Citizens Advisory Committee on Family Life and Human Development. More than 180 ...(more)

1,500 Students to View Film Classic at AFI Theater

(October 21, 2005)

Students Will Participate in a Discussion of The Adventures of Tom Sawyer in a Newly Restored Version More than 1,500 students from Montgomery County Public Schools (MCPS) will have an opportunity ...(more)

Valerie Ervin Honored by African American Chamber

(October 20, 2005)

Valerie Ervin, a member of the Montgomery County Board of Education, has been named Educator of the Year by the African American Chamber of Commerce, Inc., (AACC) of Montgomery County. The award was p ...(more)

"Lights On" Focuses on Extended Learning

(October 19, 2005)

National Program HIghlights the Importance of Extended Learning Opportunities After Regular School Hours Wheaton Woods Elementary School and the Montgomery County Public Schools (MCPS) Division o ...(more)

Board Honors Service to Education

(October 18, 2005)

The Montgomery County Board of Education will honor 14 individuals and organizations in its ninth annual awards program for distinguished service to public education in Montgomery County. The awa ...(more)

Record Number of Students Take Advanced Courses

(October 17, 2005)

Over the last four years, the number of Montgomery County Public Schools (MCPS) fifth grade students enrolled in sixth grade math has grown exponentially. In addition, more than 66 percent of high sch ...(more)

Superintendent Releases Boundary Recommendations

(October 14, 2005)

Dr. Jerry D. Weast, superintendent of schools, has released his recommendations to the Board of Education to establish boundaries for the new Clarksburg Area High School, Northeast Consortium Elementa ...(more)

Enrollments Increase in Advanced Classes

(October 14, 2005)

Press Conference to Focus on Progress that Narrows the Achievement Gap Over the last four years, the number of Montgomery County Public Schools 5th grade students enrolled in 6th grade math has gro ...(more)