Board of Education Meeting: September 25, 2006
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- Approval of the Agenda
The Board proclaimed October 4 as Walk to School Day in Montgomery County, encouraging the public and school communities to be attentive to the safety of pedestrians and, in particular, student walkers. A number of schools will be participating in Walk to School Day events on October 4 to promote safety and physical fitness.
- Public Comments
- Board/Superintendent Comments
- Consent Items
- Human Resources - Monthly Report
The Board approved the following administrative appointment:
- Deirdria A. Roberson, currently director, Government Affairs and Community Relations, The Childrenâ€™s Hospital of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, as director, Division of Family and Community Partnerships
- Comprehensive Master Plan
The Board tentatively approved the Comprehensive Master Plan, submitted annually to the Maryland State Department of Education as a requirement of the Bridge to Excellence in Public Schools Act of 2002. Final approval of the updated five-year plan is expected when required student test results are released by the state and can be incorporated into the master plan document. Our Call to Action: Pursuit of Excellenceâ€”The Strategic Plan for the Montgomery County Public Schools 2006-2011 has served as the basis for updating the state-mandated master plan.
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