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Alert MCPS Alert MCPS Video story icon

Learn how to subscribe to Alert MCPS and receive text messages or email from MCPS during emergencies, as well as systemwide messages of significant importance. 

Superintendent's Blog Superintendent's Blog

Read the latest edition of the Superintendent's All In Blog, It begins... I get a lot of emails. Hundreds on most days and sometimes, two or three times that many. Some of them are logistical; some are informational; and others are personal. Many messages come and go out of my email box, but some stick with me and change the way I view a situation or relate to others. These are the messages that really matter.

BOE Meeting 04-21-2020 BOE Meeting 04-21-2020

The Montgomery County Board of Education will hold a virtual business meeting on April 21. Public items will start at 10:30 a.m. Watch the meeting live on Comcast Channel 34, Verizon Channel 36 and RCN Channel 88. You may also listen on your phone via 1-202-860-2110 - Access code: 619 370 025

Mindful Moments Mindful Moments Video story icon

MCPS TV has created a series of mindfulness videos to deliver simple and effective tools to help children and adults of all ages manage anxiety and stress. See below for a link to the video series.

Continuity of Learning Continuity of Learning

MCPS staff has been working diligently to develop a continuity of learning (distance/remote learning) plan that addresses the academic and non-academic needs of our students. Beginning Monday, March 30, MCPS will launch the first phase of our remote learning system that will provide students with structured school experiences.

Please visit www.montgomeryschoolsmd.org/coronavirus/continuity-of-learning/

Mental Health Mental Health Video story icon

Parents are not only learning new technology and assisting their children with learning online they are also learning how to talk to their kids about this pandemic. The MCPS TV program FYI explores these issues with Dr. Christina Conolly from MCPS Psychological Services

All In Blog All In Blog

In this posting of Superintendent Jack R. Smith's blog All In, he reflects on our shared experiences as families and professionals. Our children are learning in new ways and our education professionals are right there making the experience engaging and meaningful. Read the full posting and see a video at the link below.

All In Blog All In Blog

On Monday March 30, we will start doing school in a totally different way. We are a face-to-face organization that has incorporated digital tools into teaching and learning to varying degrees and in a variety of different ways over the past decade. But, we have depended on the fact that thousands of students will walk into schools and classrooms each day and interact with adults and with one another. All of that has changed until at least April 24.