Out-of-School Time (OST) opportunities are designed to provide students and families with engaging options for students on days when school is not in session. These in-person and/or virtual activities will address academic skills, physical and emotional wellness, art and digital learning skills. Except for MCPS Student Service Learning opportunities, these activities and resources are not affiliated with, sponsored or endorsed by the Montgomery County Board of Education, the superintendent, or the schools.
MCPS would like to know what the experience was like for those who participated and, for those who did not, what opportunities they would take advantage of. Parents and guardians of students in Grades 4 through 11 are invited to complete this survey to help improve next year’s Out-of-School Time program. The survey will be open through June 30.
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Montgomery County Recreation partners with Montgomery County Public Schools to provide quality, no to low cost out-of-school time opportunities for youth and families. Our recreation activities and services allow youth and teens to make the most of their time outside of school. Through these various outlets, we help young people to become healthier, gain leadership experience, develop career skills and connect with caring adult role models.