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Board Discusses Update on Middle School Reform

(October 12, 2005)

The Board of Education met on Tuesday (October 11) and, among other items, discussed an update on middle school reform. The Board rescheduled appointment of members of the Advisory Committee on Famil ...(more)

Board Reschedules Committee Appointments

(October 11, 2005)

The Board of Education has rescheduled the appointment of members of the reconstituted Citizens Advisory Committee on Family Life and Human Development, originally scheduled for the Board of Education ...(more)

Kim Oliver Named Maryland Teacher of the Year

(October 7, 2005)

ROCKVILLE, MD—Kimberly Oliver, kindergarten teacher at Broad Acres Elementary School, has been named Maryland Teacher of the Year. Each of the 24 Maryland school jurisdictions selects an outstanding t ...(more)

MD Teacher of Year to Be Announced on October 7

(October 6, 2005)

Broad Acres Elementary School Teacher Is Among Seven Finalists Kimberly Oliver, kindergarten teacher at Broad Acres Elementary School, is one of seven finalists in the Maryland Teacher of the Year ...(more)

Board of Education to Meet on Tues., October 11

(October 6, 2005)

Agenda 9:00 a.m. 1.0 Acknowledgment of a Quorum 1.1 Resolution for Closed Sessions (A) 10:00 2.1 Approval of the Agenda (A) 2.2 American Indian Heritage Month (A) 2.3 Montgomery County Empl ...(more)

U.S. Supreme Court Hears MCPS Special Education Case

(October 5, 2005)

Burden of Proof Case Affects Treatment of Special Education Staff The United States Supreme Court heard oral arguments on Wednesday, October 5, in an important case that will determine whether the ...(more)

22 Are National Achievement Semifinalists

(October 3, 2005)

Twenty-two Montgomery County Public Schools seniors have been named semifinalists in the 42nd annual National Achievement Scholarship Program for outstanding African American students. They are among ...(more)

Meadow Hall ES to Celebrate Walk to School Day

(October 3, 2005)

County officials will join students and parents to celebrate this year’s International Walk Your Child to School Day at Meadow Hall Elementary School. The event will take place on Wednesday, October ...(more)

Patricia O'Neill Is Elected President of MABE

(October 3, 2005)

Members of the Maryland Association of Boards of Education (MABE) have elected Patricia B. O'Neill as president of the organization for the next year, beginning October 2005. Mrs. O'Neill is currentl ...(more)

Homework Hotline Live! Returns for 20th Season

(September 30, 2005)

Homework Hotline Live! returns to Montgomery County Public Schools Instructional Television (MCPS ITV) for its 20th broadcast season on Wednesday, October 5. The program is hosted by MCPS teachers, w ...(more)

Agencies Urge Parents to Help Promote Safety

(September 29, 2005)

The Montgomery County Council of Parent-Teacher Associations (MCCPTA), the Montgomery County Police Department (MCPD), and Montgomery County Public Schools (MCPS) are working jointly to promote the he ...(more)

Third Community Forum is Oct. 6 at Northwest HS

(September 29, 2005)

Community members are invited to share their thoughts and ideas about Montgomery County Public Schools' major strategies to improve education for all students at the third of three community forums sc ...(more)

Third Community Forum is Oct. 6 at Northwest HS

(September 29, 2005)

Community members are invited to share their thoughts and ideas about Montgomery County Public Schools' major strategies to improve education for all students at the third of three community forums sc ...(more)

Consortia Info. Meetings for Parents are Set

(September 29, 2005)

Parents of Grade 8 students living in either the Northeast (NEC) or Downcounty (DCC) consortia areas are invited to attend a meeting on the high school options available to their students. The meetin ...(more)

Officials Announce Extra Security for Night Football

(September 28, 2005)

In the wake of a fatal stabbing that occurred Friday night after a high school football game, Montgomery County Executive Douglas M. Duncan, County Council Vice President George Leventhal, Police Chie ...(more)