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Montgomery County Public Schools are closed Wednesday March 21, 2018 due to emergency weather conditions. All school and community activities in school buildings also are canceled. All administrative offices are open. Day care programs in school buildings may remain open as scheduled. MCPS will reevaluate this decision by 5:00 a.m. to determine if closure of offices is necessary.

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Las Escuelas Públicas del Condado de Montgomery (MCPS) permanecerán cerradas el miércoles, 21 de marzo de 2018 debido a las condiciones del tiempo. Todas las actividades escolares y comunitarias en los edificios escolares quedan canceladas. Las oficinas administrativas abrirán en horario regular. Los programas de cuidado infantil en los edificios escolares podrán operar en horario regular. MCPS reevaluará esta decisión a las 5:00 a.m. para determinar si es necesario cerras las oficinas administrativas.

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Paint Branch High School Principal and PTSA President Receives Maryland PTA Awards

July 22, 2011
Paint Branch High School Principal Jeanette Dixon and Paint Branch PTSA President Don Hauprich, were honored at the Maryland PTA President’s Dinner and Awards Celebration held during the Maryland PTA Convention on July 15, 2011.

Ms. Dixon was honored as Educator of the Year.  This award is presented to an educator who has fostered relationships between parents, schools, and the community and has shown outstanding commitment of the Purposes of the PTA.

Mr. Hauprich was presented the Dad 4 PTA Award.  This award is presented to a male PTA member who has made contributions which are outstanding and exemplary and reflect the Purposes of the PTA.

The Paint Branch High School PTSA also earned a Membership Award along with Benjamin Banneker Middle School, Greencastle Elementary School and Jackson Road Elementary school.  These schools all increased their memberships by ten members or more this past school year.

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