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Nick Asante, a junior from Richard Montgomery High School, has been elected the Student Member of the Board (SMOB) for the 2020-2021 school year. His term begins July 1, 2020.
As our children and community read, hear and watch in horror about the recent deaths of George Floyd and the resulting protests across the nation, the Montgomery County Board of Education and MCPS Superintendent Jack Smith have issued statements in a unified call for justice and equality for all. Both statements are linked below.
The Board of Education approved a resolution to delay the production and release of the final report of the Districtwide Boundary Analysis by six months, with an anticipated target release date of December 1, 2020. This delay is due to the ongoing public health crisis of the COVID-19 pandemic and the closure of school and office buildings.
Jewel Sanders, principal of Rosa Parks Middle School, is the 2020 winner of the Mark Mann Excellence and Harmony Award. The Mark Mann award is given every year to an administrator who has demonstrated an exceptional ability to encourage academic excellence, positive human relations, and strong community outreach.
MCPS hosted a Pride Town Hall to reconnect with the LGBTQ+ community during the COVID-19 crisis. Participants had the opportunity to hear from panelists discussing the impact the health crisis has had on the MCPS LGBTQ+ community. To watch the video click the image to the right or at the link below.
The Montgomery County Board of Education will hold a virtual business meeting on May 28. Public items will start at 3:30 p.m. Watch the meeting live on Comcast Channel 34, Verizon Channel 36 and RCN Channel 89. You may also listen on your phone via 1-202-860-2110 - Access code: 618 550 990
MCPS will be hosting a Pride Town Hall to reconnect with the LGBTQ+ community during the COVID-19 crisis. This virtual event will be streamed live at 6 p.m. on Wednesday, May 27 on the
. Participants will have the opportunity to hear from panelists discussing the impact the health crisis has had on the MCPS LGBTQ+ community.
Every household in Montgomery County has the option to respond to the 2020 Census online, by phone, or by mail. Households that haven't received their invitation (or can't find it) can still respond online now-even without their invitation or Census ID-by providing their address. To Respond online, please visit
or use 844-330-2020 to respond by phone.