If you have any questions or concerns please feel free to email Kim Redgrave at Kim_M_Redgrave@mcpsmd.org or call her directly at 240-205-1720.

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MCPS' Finalist for Washington Post's
2019 Principal of the Year
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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.

 Reflective Garden Brick


Reflection Bricks 

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.

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Announcements and News

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   Out

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

Lollipop Kids Information

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Free Breakfast


Permission Forms to Use the Rock Solid Fitness Vibration Machines

Stephen Knolls is excited to let parents know that the company, Rock Solid is donating many of their “Rock Solid Fitness Vibration Machines” to Stephen Knolls.   The machines will arrive next week and all students participating will work closely with their assigned physical and occupational therapists. We

Stay Active! A Guide to Classes and Camps

Spring is around the corner and registration for camps opened February 11th. Take a look at what is available: Click Here   Montgomery County Parks offers a Spring Guide to staying active in the community: Click Here  . Montgomery County's Website for Classes and Camps: Click Here  If you have questions about y

Closing the Gap Solutions

Closing the Gap Solutions offers assistive technology resources for children and adults with disabilities in their annual resource directory. This is a guide to the latest assistive technology products for children and adults with disabilities. It is the culmination of an extensive search for the latest software, hard

Remember to Maintain Your Child's Wheelchair

  12/18/2018      Happy Holidays to you and your family,     As we all take time off to relax, celebrate our special holidays and begin a new year, the therapists would like to remind you of some important ways to help your child.  First of all, if you haven’t had your child’s wheelchair repaired in the p

Office of Student and Family Support and Engagement

Visit the Office of Student and Family Support and Engagement website by clicking here They offer a resource guide to support in answering questions and with guidance. Click here for their resource guide . 


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