2019 Back to School Updates & Summer News:
These are all the documents and information that parents need to start your children’s 2019-20 school year off right!
-Parent Newsletter with comprehensive school info, the student supply list, lunch menu for the first week of school, bus schedules, and staff list
-Saturday School enrollment info in English Saturday School (English)
-Saturday School enrollment info in Spanish Saturday School (Spanish)
Montgomery County Public Schools
- A Parent's Guide to the Montgomery County Public Schools
This new publication describes a range of programs, services, and procedures in a concise and easily accessible format that will provide parents with the information and resources they need to support their children’s education.
- MCPS Elementary School Instruction & Achievement
This office supports principals and teachers in the implementation of the Montgomery County Public School curriculum, instruction, and assessment program in order to increase the achievement of all students. We also communicate curriculum, instruction, and assessment information to families and the community.
- Parent Guides to the Curriculum
Maryland Department of Education
How to help my child with reading
The Reading Targets chart shows where students need to be
reading instructionally at the end of each quarter in Grades K-2. In grades 3-5 the lexile ranges indicate the
lexile range students need to be reading consistently throughout the year. Students in Grades 3-5 will be using complex text during both whole and small
group instruction.. Their reading levels
will be indicated as on, below or above.
- New Reading Level Reporting
- Reading Level Targets chart
How to help my child with math
- Eureka Math Resources for Parents
- Math tips for parents
- MCPS Math Parent Newsletters by grade level: (Parent Newsletters identify what your child will be learning in each unit, as well as some ways you can help your child.)
How to help my special needs child
- A Guide to the Individualized Education Program
The purpose of this guidance is to assist educators, parents, and state and local educational agencies in implementing the requirements of Part B of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) regarding Individualized Education Programs (IEPs) for children with disabilities, including preschool-aged children.
How to protect my child
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