If you have any questions or concerns please feel free to email Principal Kim Redgrave at Kim_M_Redgrave@mcpsmd.org or call the School's Main Office: (240)740-0050 between the hours of 8:30am - 4:00pm
About Stephen Knolls School
Stephen Knolls School provides a Special Education Program for students who range in age from three to twenty-one years. Stephen Knolls School provides collaborative comprehensive educational services utilizing a transdisciplinary approach. Students who attend Stephen Knolls live in the southern part of Montgomery County. Stephen Knolls School Song Lyrics
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Food Assistance Resource Map: TheMontgomery County Food Council created an interactive map of food assistance providers and benefits application assistance sites in Montgomery County. It is searchable by location, food assistance type, accessibility and many other special features. This resource can give principals and families a quick view of local resources in their area. The information indicates where, when and how to access the resources. **We would caution parents and staff supporting parents to pay particular attention to how one qualifies to access food as some sites state requirements.
- Weekend Bag Program: MCPS, Manna Food Center, and Women Who Care Ministries are distributing weekend backpacks with groceries to the families of MCPS students each Friday. The location of distribution sites and times are listed at the bottom of the webpage
Stephen Knolls School receives Recertification Award in the Green School Program
June 1, 2020
Reflective Garden Brick
Honor a member of the Stephen Knolls School's family with a reflective brick.
The brick with the person's name on it will be added to the reflective garden at the school.
Announcements and News
Stephen Knolls Receives Recertification in the Green Schools Award Program
Nationally recognized, the Maryland Green Schools Award Program (MDGS) allows schools and their communities to evaluate their efforts in environmental sustainability. Participating schools empower youth to make changes to reduce environmental impact, encourage sustainability and foster environmental literacy.
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The Office of Human Resources and Development is hosting a workshop on How to Become a Teacher in MCPS from 4:30–6 p.m. on Thursday, Feb. 6, in the Maple Room at 45 W. Gude Dr. in Rockville. This session is targeted to support staff, and will focus on teaching ESOL, World Languages a
PSA President Announcement
Dear Stephen Knolls Families,
My name is Kelly Speck and I have had the honor of serving as the PSA president for the past 4 school years. Stephen Knolls is a very unique and special school, our kids and staff are AMAZING, and they deserve as much support as we are able to provide them. That said, I know that w
Lollipop Kids Information
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School Energy and Recycling Team (SERT) Awards
Stephen Knolls has been recognized for it's efforts towards saving energy and recycling through December 2018 and February 2019 (Second Quarter). See the flyer: Click Here
MCCPTA honors staff at Stephen Knolls School
The Montgomery County Council of PTAs (MCCPTA) honored 57 MCPS individuals for their contributions to special education. Members of the Stephen Knolls School's family were among the honorees:
Outstanding Programs included : K - 1 Para-Professional Team Special Education Program Parent Staff Association
Special Education Parent Involvement Survey 2019
As the parent or guardian of a child receiving special education
services in Maryland, you should have received a copy of the
Maryland Special Education Parent Involvement Survey in the
mail. By completing the survey, you can tell us how your child’s
school partners with you. Your feedback will help guide efforts