We are Collecting Recyclable Water Bottles 


Parents should click on the Parent Education Center  

and PSA pages for information and resources   



                                                                                 School Closing and delay 


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School Closing and Delays 

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Program Coordinator/Principal: Kim Redgrave 

School Hours:  


School Aged: 8:30am - 3:10pm  


Preschool AM Classes: 8:40am - 12:00pm 


Preschool PM Classes: 12:30pm - 3:30pm 


Preschool Full Day: 9:00am - 2:00pm 


Staff Hours:  


Teachers: 8:15am - 3:45pm


Para-educators: 8:30am - 3:45pm 


 Focus Groups for External Review of Specific Special Education Processes and Services

The Montgomery County Board of Education contracted with WestEd, a nonprofit research and development agency, to conduct an external review of specific special education processes and services in Montgomery County Public Schools.  The external review is intended to answer a series of questions identified by the Board.  


Please invite special education stakeholders including members of your Parent Teacher Association to participate in the SEAC/MCCPTA meeting scheduled for January 22 or January 28, 2015, by January 16, 2015 



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Click Here to participate as a member of the focus group  


 PARCC Assessment Webinar for Parents 


MSDE is pleased to introduce a parent webinar series, both live and pre-recorded.  The first webinar will be held on January 20, 2015 from 1:00 - 1:30 and is entitled PARCC Assessments: Structure & Thinking Skills.  It will be held live and then recorded so that parents can access and watch the recorded version.  A flyer announcing this first webinar is attached.  Upcoming webinars include the following topics in late January and early February:
Social Studies and Disciplinary Literacy (2 upcoming parent webinars)
Instructional Technology Parent Resources on Blackboard
Instructional Technology Student Online Resources
Mathematics: Understanding the PARCC timeline and Resources for Parents  

Maryland Community Connection: Low Intensity Support Services (LISS)

Application Assistance 
LISS grants up to $2,000 to assist with adults with developmental disabilities and families with a child with developmental disabilities in purchasing services and/or items to address needs.  



Attend the information sessions and find out more on filling out the application and the application process.  


*Spanish speaking staff will be on site for your convenience 


*Reservations are not accepted - First Come, First Serve 






Session 1: Friday January 23, 2015 : 9:00am - 4:00pm


Session 2: Saturday January 24th, 2015 : 9:00am - 2:00pm



4401 Nicole Dr. 


Lanham, Maryland 20706


Phone: (301)583-0358


Fax: (301)583-0359


E-mail: info@marylandcommunityconnection.org


Website: www.marylandcommunityconnection.org


 State of the Schools Address

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“Another unique example of academic excellence can be found at Stephen Knolls SchoolThe Daily Beast recently ran a great story by one of our parents about the sensory garden at the school, which serves students with special needs at all grade levels. The beautiful garden allows students to learn about plant life, ecology, and much more, but is also something that together they can watch grow and thrive. The staff and community maintain the garden, including student volunteers from a nearby high school. This is a great example of hands-on learning that supports real academic concepts. And people are taking notice. Last Friday, Stephen Knolls received confirmation of a $10,000 donation from the Property Management Association to provide campus landscaping, a new sensory garden and new supplies and tools! Congratulations to Stephen Knolls and thank you to the Property Management Association.” - Dr. Starr , State of the Schools, November 11, 2014 



  Yankee Candle Fundraiser  


yankee candle 



For online purchases, enter our group number: 990061230 


Stephen Knolls earns 40% of all catalog and online purchases






How to Receive Emergency Information from MCPS  



MCPS parents can receive emergency information from the school system in a variety of ways, including MCPS QuickNotes, Alert MCPS, Twitter, the MCPS website, MCPS TV, and a recorded telephone information line. Please visit www.montgomeryschoolsmd.org/emergency for more information on how to keep in touch with Montgomery County Public Schools and stay informed in times of emergencies. 




Cómo Recibir Información de Emergencia de MCPS 


Los padres de estudiantes de MCPS pueden recibir información del sistema escolar en casos de emergencia de varias maneras incluyendo MCPS QuickNotes, Alert MCPS, Twitter, el sitio de Internet de MCPS, MCPS TV y la línea de información con mensajes grabados. Para más información de cómo mantenerse en contacto con Montgomery County Public Schools y mantenerse informado durante emergencias visite www.montgomeryschoolsmd.org/emergency. 




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