Browse Public Announcements for 2005 - 2006 School Year

MCT Federal Credit Union Awards Scholarships

(August 09, 2005)

Five young people who are members of the MCT Federal Credit Union have each been awarded $1,500 Bill Teel Memorial Scholarships by the MCT Federal Credit Union for the upcoming school year. The sch ...(more)

Disney Award Goes to Teacher at Garrett Park ES

(August 02, 2005)

Dara Feldman, a kindergarten teacher at Garrett Park Elementary School, was named Outstanding Elementary School Teacher at the annual Disney Teacher Awards. Each year, Disney honors 45 exceptiona ...(more)

Board Appoints Eleven Administrators

(July 29, 2005)

The Board of Education met on Wednesday (July 27) and, among other items, took final action to reconstitute the Citizens Advisory Committee on Family Life and Human Development. The Board also approve ...(more)

Applicants Sought for Family Life Committee

(July 28, 2005)

The Montgomery County Board of Education is seeking community members, representatives of organizations, and public high school students to serve on a newly reconstituted Family Life and Human Develop ...(more)

MCPS Retirees Donate Learning Tool Kits & Books

(July 26, 2005)

Students participating in the Extended Learning Opportunities (ELO) program this summer and their families are receiving Learning Tool Kits (kindergarten) and books (Grades 1-5) donated by the Montgom ...(more)

Board of Education Scheduled to Meet on Wed., July 27

(July 25, 2005)

Agenda 6:00 p.m. 1.0 Acknowledgment of a Quorum 1.1 Resolution for Closed Session (A) 7:30 p.m. 2.0 Approval of the Agenda (A) 7:35 3.0 Public Comments 8:05 4.0 Board/Superintendent Comme ...(more)

Panasonic Challenge Team Places Second

(July 21, 2005)

A team of five Montgomery County Public Schools students triumphed over 30 other teams to finish second in the nation in the 18th annual Panasonic Academic Challenge (PAC). The academic competition ...(more)

Class of 2005 Earns 48 Merit Scholarships

(July 18, 2005)

Eight additional graduates of Montgomery County Public Schools (MCPS) have won National Merit Scholarships, raising the number for the 2004-2005 school year to 48. The additional awards were given ...(more)

Annual School Supply Drive Helps Needy Children

(July 14, 2005)

Community Donates Tons of School Supplies for Children in Need July 18th Celebration Marks End of Summertime Drive ROCKVILLE, MD— Students, staff, and members of the community have donated m ...(more)

Board Discusses Makeup of New Family Life CAC

(July 08, 2005)

ROCKVILLE, MD— During the regular business meeting of the Board of Education on July 6, 2005, the Board took tentative action to reconstitute the Citizens Advisory Committee on Family Life and Human D ...(more)

Summer Programs Cancelled Today at Four Schools

(July 08, 2005)

All summer programs at the following schools have been cancelled today, July 8, due to a power outage: * Albert Einstein High School, 11135 Newport Mill Road * Newport Mill Middle School, 11311 N ...(more)

Groundbreaking Set for New Richard Montgomery HS

(July 07, 2005)

A groundbreaking ceremony for the new Richard Montgomery High School has been set for Saturday, July 9, at 2:00 p.m. The event will take place on the school's athletic field at 250 Richard Montgomery ...(more)

Board Reviews MS Magnet Consortium Implementation

(July 07, 2005)

The Board of Education met on Wednesday (July 6) and, among other items, discussed an update on the Middle School Magnet Consortium, appointed two administrators, and tentatively approved an organizat ...(more)

EFO and Crossing Guard Receive Service Awards

(July 07, 2005)

Educational facilities officer P.J. Gregory and crossing guard Patricia Ford are this year's recipients of the Lieutenant John M. Queen Outstanding Service Award. The awards recognize members of t ...(more)

Community Forums on Strategic Plan are Set for Fall

(July 07, 2005)

Save the Dates Parents and other community members are invited to participate in a series of community forums sponsored by the Montgomery County Public Schools. Participants will have an opportuni ...(more)