Thu, July 4Independence Day - Offices and schools closed
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Get a jump on summer reading assignments! Hey alright!
NCC students participate in ongoing discussions related to Digital Citizenship. Parents should also know that Montgomery County Public Schools were recognized this year by the Common Sense Media Organization. Click here for more information. Hey alright!
Fifth graders that are moving on to Silver Creek Middle School should take advantage of the orientation sessions held this summer at Silver Creek MS. Hey alright!
We encourage your child to sign up for the MCPL (Montgomery County Public Library) to read and get prizes. Click here for more information. Hey alright!
From the MCPS website:Students in many summer school or recreation programs will be provided meals as part of the Montgomery County summer food program. The program ensures that students continue to receive nutritious meals during the summer months when school breakfasts and lunches are not available. The free meals will be distributed at approximately 120 sites throughout the county every weekday starting June 17 (start dates vary by site). All children 18 and younger, as are persons with physical and mental disabilities up to 21 years old, are eligible to receive meals. Click here for a flyer with more information.
All MCPS schools develop a School Improvement Plan (SIP) to ensure that all students are achieving. The plan is revised each year and is based on data and more.
We are so proud of our NCC students. Most of the time students make great choices related to behavior. However, there are those rare occasions when students react impulsively and with some reflection realize there were other ways to handle certain situations. Please take a quick look at our R3 form and Chromebook Violation response sheets that student will complete when they need to reflect on certain behaviors.
MCPS parents should all be able to access MyMCPS. Click here for more resources related to MyMCPS.
The Maryland State Department of Education released new accountability report cards for every school in the state of Maryland on Dec. 4. The Maryland Report Card is designed to measure the success of schools and identify areas for improvement. All school report cards are available on the Maryland State Department of Education’s Report Card website. Click for direct link to report card for North Chevy Chase ES.
We want to keep all children safe. Please read information from MCPS regarding parent chaperones and volunteers.
Ms. Renee Wallace-Stevens
3700 Jones Bridge Road
Chevy Chase, MD 20815
School Hours: 9:25-3:50
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