The following link shares information about the placement of students in classes for the next school year.
The following link shares information on student technology responsibilities.
Student User Responsibilities for Computer Systems, Electronic Information, and Network Security
The following link shares information on the DES homework policy.
Behavior expectations 2017-18Learn about the standards and expectations of behavior for DES students.
A Students Guide to Rights and Responsibilities in MCPS
Student Code of Conduct
The following is information about Diamond Elementary's Health Room.
Health Room Information
Diamond Elementary uses a comprehensive crisis plan that is specific to our school, staff, and students. MCPS has established several processes to ensure all schools follow specific safety measures.
School emergency crisis procedure 2017-18
Read more about how MCPS is prepared to respond in emergency/crisis situations that impact students, staff, and parents/guardians.
This parent’s guide will help you develop a better understanding of the end of the year reading benchmark for each grade level. http://www.montgomeryschoolsmd.org/uploadedFiles/info/grading/EndOfYearReading-ParentGuide.pdf
MSA Data Take a look at our most recent results from the Maryland State Assessment(MSA) tests
Cafeteria Information Keep track of your student's lunch account and the breakfast and lunch choices served at school everyday.
Northwest Cluster Information Find out information about our cluster
Quince Orchard Cluster Infromation Find out information about our cluster
Inclement WeatherFind out what happens when inclement weather occurs during the school year.
Parents Guide to Maryland Standards and State AssessmentsWhat do parents need to know? Use this guide to help you learn more about the standards and assessments your child(ren) are taking.
Report a Student AbsenceYou can submit this form, in place of a phone call, to let us know that your child will be absent.
MCPS Curriculum 2.0Read about this exciting new curriculum!
Parent Guide to Special Education
Reading Presentation at Principal’s Coffee
Understand your child's reading level
Informational BCR stems
Literary BCR stems
Diamond Elementary School has created a school-wide volunteer training program that is aligned with the Montgomery County Public Schools volunteer visitor policies and regulations. Every volunteer will need to complete this training.
The training is completed online (the link to the training is below) by reviewing the power point presentation, reading over the volunteer statement of commitment, and then verifying that you have reviewed the training information. You can complete it at home or at school. We appreciate you taking the time to complete this training.
Volunteer training 2017-18
Click on the link below to begin the Volunteer Training:
Volunteer Training on how to use school equipment including the copier machine and cutting equipment will be provided to parents and volunteers who volunteer at school and are interested in learning proper ways to use equipment.
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