Tell us about the great things you are seeing by using the hashtag #whatsgoodMCPS or by email or by submitting this form when you hear about other good news.
Díganos sobre todo lo bueno que está pasado en MCPS usando la etiqueta #whatsgoodMCPS, por correo electrónico o a través de este formulario.
Cheree Price, psychologist with MCPS since 2017, has been named School Psychologist of the Year by the Montgomery County School Psychologists’ Association. Price is described as a bright light in MCPS, a kind and energetic individual who is a model school psychologist.
Twelve MCPS educators achieved certification by the National Board for Professional Teaching Standards in 2020. Another 22 renewed their certifications. A second round of National Board Certified-educators is expected to be announced in late February.
It's not every day that a 10 year old becomes a published author. In this story we meet @MCPS student Arjun Krishnan, who wrote about his late mother in hopes that his words would inspire others. @RicePolitics @bnbooks @JJWatt #resilience pic.twitter.com/18gCFquSDD— Montgomery Council (@MoCoCouncilMD) January 12, 2021
It's not every day that a 10 year old becomes a published author. In this story we meet @MCPS student Arjun Krishnan, who wrote about his late mother in hopes that his words would inspire others. @RicePolitics @bnbooks @JJWatt #resilience pic.twitter.com/18gCFquSDD
Three MCPS teachers have been recognized in Bethesda magazine’s Best of Bethesda issue. The article, “Three Teachers Who Really Stepped Up,” features the trio on pages 78-80 of the issue. The honorees are Margaret Norris, a kindergarten teacher at Arcola Elementary School; Takoma Park Middle School English teacher Maura Moore and Northwest High School art teacher Robert Youngblood. In addition, Strawberry Knoll Elementary School fifth grader Cortlynn Graham is recognized on page 88.