Browse Public Announcements for 2006 - 2007 School Year

Board of Education To Meet on Tuesday, May 8

(May 04, 2007)

Agenda 9:00 a.m. 1.0 Acknowledgment of a Quorum 1.1 Resolution for Closed Sessions (A) 10:00 a.m. 2.0 Pledge of Allegiance 2.1 Approval of the Agenda (A) 2.2 Salute to School Food and Nutrit ...(more)

Nancy Navarro To Receive Hispanic Hero Award

(May 04, 2007)

The U.S. Hispanic Youth Entrepreneur Education (USHYEE) organization has selected Nancy Navarro, president of the Montgomery County Board of Education, as the 2007 Hispanic Hero Award winner for educa ...(more)

Students Receive Hispanic Heritage Youth Awards

(May 04, 2007)

Seven Grade 12 Students Receive Hispanic Heritage Youth Awards Seven Montgomery County Public Schools (MCPS) seniors were honored for their leadership in the classroom and community at the Hispanic ...(more)

24 Additional Merit Scholars Are Announced

(May 03, 2007)

Twenty-four Montgomery County Public Schools (MCPS) students have won $2,500 National Merit Scholarships after meeting rigorous academic standards and other criteria. The local scholars account fo ...(more)

MCPS TV Features ESOL Parent Volunteers

(May 02, 2007)

MCPS TV Schedule for May Features Program on Volunteering among ESOL Parents Montgomery County Public Schools (MCPS) cable television features both instructional videos (Channel 33) and programs ab ...(more)

Annual ESOL Awards Day Set for Saturday, May 12

(May 02, 2007)

ESOL Awards Day Ceremony To Be Held on May 12 at John F. Kennedy High School The annual English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) Awards Day Ceremony will take place at John F. Kennedy High ...(more)

Four Title I Schools to Hold Parent Meetings

(May 01, 2007)

Parent meetings will be held at four federally funded Title I elementary schools in May to describe the enrollment options which may be available next year in response to requirements of the No Child ...(more)

Damascus HS' Ortiz Wins MCPS Teacher of the Year

(April 27, 2007)

ROCKVILLE, MD—Raul Javier Ortiz, an auto technology instructor at Damascus High School, was named Montgomery County Public Schools Teacher of the Year at the April 26 Champions for Children gala. O ...(more)

Moskowitz Elected Student Member of the Board

(April 25, 2007)

ROCKVILLE, MD -- Ben Moskowitz, a junior at Walter Johnson High School, was elected student member of the Board of Education for 2007-2008 Wednesday. Moskowitz was chosen by 56.75 percent of the s ...(more)

Champions for Children to be Honored April 26

(April 25, 2007)

Teacher of the Year to be Announced During Celebration The fifth annual Champions for Children Awards Gala will take place on Thursday, April 26, at 6 p.m. at the Bethesda North Marriott Hotel and ...(more)

Great Seneca Creek ES Earns LEED Certification

(April 25, 2007)

ROCKVILLE, MD—It’s official now: Great Seneca Creek Elementary School is the first public school in Maryland to be certified by the U.S. Green Building Council with its LEED (Leadership in Energy and ...(more)

NIST & MCPS Work To Strengthen Science Education

(April 20, 2007)

The National Institute of Standards and Technology and Montgomery County Public Schools have jointly issued the following news release: Commerce’s NIST and Montgomery County Public Schools Partner ...(more)

Meetings Set on DCC Enrollment Options

(April 20, 2007)

Meetings Set for Downcounty Consortium (DCC) High School Enrollment Options for the 2008-2009 School Year All Montgomery County Grade 7 students and their parents/guardians who reside in the Downco ...(more)

Student Rights & Responsibilities Policy Approved

(April 20, 2007)

Downcounty Consortium Elementary School Named The Board of Education met on Thursday (April 19) and, among other items, approved a revised policy, Student Rights and Responsibilities, named Downc ...(more)

Newport Mill MS Is National Schools of Character Finalist

(April 19, 2007)

Newport Mill Middle School Named National Schools of Character Finalist If students at Newport Mill Middle School see someone being teased or bullied, they’re likely to stop and try to help. Eac ...(more)