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Maryland Special Education Parent Involvement Survey

We encourage parents/guardians of students in the school to participate in the survey

The Survey is open between February 1 - May 1, 2017

Click Here to Complete the survey online  

About Stephen Knolls School

Stephen Knolls School provides a Special Education Program for students who range in age from three to twenty-one years.

Stephen Knolls School provides collaborative comprehensive educational services utilizing a transdisciplinary approach. Students who attend Stephen Knolls live in the southern part of Montgomery County.

Announcements and News


Find important communication information and read the Newsletter in English and Spanish.

Fourth Annual Special Education Summit

Montgomery County Public Schools, Office of Special Education, Parent Outreach Committee will hold its Fourth Annual Special Education Summit - Leading the Way Today... Partnering for a Better Tomorrow.   Saturday April, 22, 2017 8:15am - 1:00pm Walter Johnson High School 6400 Rock Spring Drive B

Maryland ESSA Listening Tours

The Maryland State Department of Education is asking you to provide feedback and ideas for Maryland's draft consolidation State plan regarding the Every Student Succeeds Act and how to improve schools and classrooms in Maryland.  Click the link for

PSA Meetings at Stephen Knolls School

Meetings are held the 3rd Wednesday of each month at 5:30 in the All purpose room.The first meeting will be September 21st, 2016

MCPS Regulation for Emergency Care for Anaphylaxis

Montgomery County Board of Education (board) policy and Montgomery County Public Schools (MCPS) regulations for emergency for anaphylaxis and that each school maintains a stock supply of EpiPens to be used in case of emergency.

International Literacy Day Activities

  Stephen Knolls School has a goal of collecting 200 books for their lending library "free library resource" for the community.  Books will be collected throughout the year until we reach our goal of 200 books.  Click here for

Maryland Community Connection: Low Intensity Support Services (LISS)

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.

Special Education: A Piece of the PARCC Puzzle

Try a practice version of the PARCC assessment in English/language arts (ELA), and get PARCC resources and up-to-the-minute information.

How to Receive Emergency Information from MCPS

Instructions in English and Spanish.

Maryland website of resources for parents of students with disabilites

 Families and educators interested in early intervention services and special education information and issues now have a user-friendly resource at their fingertips: MarylandLearningLinks.org