The Administrative Team
Principal, 240-740-0405, Dr. Donna Redmond Jones - Responsible for the following departments: Addition, Awards Assembly, Business Office, Clubs/ECA, Foundation, Media Center, PTSA, Resource Teachers, Safety & Security, Staff Development, SGA Student Government Association
Assistant Principal, 240-740-0400, Ms. Amy Councilman - Responsible for students in the 12th grade
Assistant Principal, 240-740-0400, Mr. Sharif Robinson- Responsible for students in 11th Grade
Assistant Principal, 240-740-0400, Ms. Brandi Heckert - Responsible for students in 9th Grade
Assistant School Administrator, 240-740-0400, Mr. Sam Levine - Responsible for students in 10th Grade
Business Office, B112, 240-740-0417
School Business Administrator, 240-740-0415, Deborah Teicher - Responsible for the following departments: Allocations/Budget, Building Maintenance, Building Services, Building Use, Data Analysis, Facilities Manager, Financial Office/Obligations, Food Services, Foundation Finance, Purchasing.
- School Financial Specialist, Mrs. Audrey Liebeskind
Main Office, B100, 240-740-0400
Mrs. Joan Black, Administrative Secretary
- Ms. Sonia Matus, School Secretary II
- Ms. Suzanne Marcou, School Secretary I
- Ms. Julie Yang, School Secretary II
- Ms. Joanne Coley, Attendance Secretary
ATTENDANCE OFFICE, B106, 240-740-0409, Fax: 301-657-4946
Attendance Note Attendance Appeal 2017-2018 Policies and Procedures
Attendance Secretary Joanne Coley Joanne_C_Coley@mcpsmd.org
Attendance Notes must include
o Student Name, ID number, Grade
o Reasons for absence
o Parent Signature and daytime phone number
o Notes must have a parent’s signature
o Scanned documents or photos of written notes with signature are accepted
Tardiness, Unexcused absence and Loss of Credit
o 3 unexcused tardies equal one unexcused absence
o 5 unexcused absences can result in loss of credit
o Student must sign in.
o Student must have a note from parent/guardian stating student I.D., reason, date and time of departure.
o Student must take the note to the attendance office in the morning, prior to leaving.
o Student must sign out.
o When student returns to school from an all-day absence, s/he must bring a note to the attendance office within 3 school days.
MCPS Excused Absences
1. Death in Family
2. Illness of student (doctor’s note required after 5 days)
3. Court summons (proof required)
4. Medical appointments
6. Observance of religious holiday
7. State emergency
8. Authorized activity approved in advance
9. Violent/hazardous weather
10. Lack of MCPS transportation
o Vacations are not excused absences.
o Attendance is taken in each period. An automated calling system notifies parents if a student is unexcused from any period of the day.
o No phone calls necessary when students are absent. Bring in a note upon returning to school.
o All absences are considered unexcused until a student presents a note, signed by his or her parent, to the attendance office. The student is responsible for carrying out this procedure. Whenever possible, use the B-CC Attendance Note..
*For more information, contact Attendance Secretary Joanne_C_Coley@mcpsmd.org.
Security, D104, 240-740-0414
Ms. Karen Curry, Security Team Leader
- Ms. Terri Bradley
- Mr. James Cunningham
- Mr. Matt Shipe
- Mr. Ray Gray
For more information, see the Security Team Web page
Health Room, B136, 240-740-0437
- Corey Dwyer, RN
- Emily Marmillott
Associate Superintendent Dr. Darryl Williams, 301-315-7379
Administrative Secretary to Dr. Darryl Williams Marianne Hamerski 301-315-7370
Director of School Support and Improvement Mrs. Jennifer Webster 301-315-7368
Administrative Secretary to Mrs. Jennifer Webster Terri Howells 301-315-7377
Pupil Personnel Services
Chris Pellicoro, Christine_L_Pellicoro@mcpsmd.org, Pupil Personnel Worker (PPW)
School Psychological Services
Rachel Lindenfeld, Rachel_Lindenfeld@mcpsmd.org
Disciplinary Review & School Assignment Unit