Browse Public Announcements for 2001 - 2002 School Year

Highlights of June 11 Meeting of the Board of Education

(June 12, 2002)

The Board of Education met yesterday [June 11] and, among other items, adopted the FY 2003 operating budget, conditionally approved the high school curriculum frameworks, and reviewed a report on the ...(more)

Board of Education Adopts Final FY03 Operating Budget

(June 11, 2002)

The Board of Education today [Tuesday, June 11] approved the Fiscal Year 2003 operating budget of $1.4 billion, an increase of $88.5 million (6.7 percent) over the current year, following full-funding ...(more)

New Principal Appointed by Board of Education

(June 11, 2002)

The Board of Education today [Tuesday, June 11] approved the appointment of Gregory S. Edmundson, currently an elementary principal intern at Brown Station Elementary School, as the new principal of D ...(more)

Ceremonies to Honor Reading Together USA Participants

(June 11, 2002)

Nearly 600 students, parents, and staff from the 42 schools that have participated in the Reading Together USA Program in Montgomery County this year will meet for a celebration of their accomplishmen ...(more)

Latino Family Empowerment Participants to be Recognized

(June 07, 2002)

Latino parents who have been participating in a family involvement program during the past school year will be recognized for their commitment at a June 15 ceremony. The ceremony, to be held from 10 ...(more)

Board of Education Agenda for Tuesday, June 11

(June 07, 2002)

9:00 a.m. Closed Session 10:00 a.m. 1.0 Roll Call 1.1 Approval of the Agenda (A) 1.2 Leadership Montgomery Youth Community Service Leadership Awards (A) 1.3 Board/Superintendent Comments ...(more)

Elementary School Principal Named

(June 07, 2002)

Laurie Gross, currently principal of Fields Road Elementary School, has been named principal of Somerset Elementary School in a transfer announced this week by Dr. Jerry D. Weast, superintendent of sc ...(more)

Students Auto Trades Foundation Named Outstanding Partnership

(June 03, 2002)

The partnership between the Montgomery County Students Auto Trades Foundation, Inc. and the Montgomery County Public Schools (MCPS) was honored as the 2002 Outstanding Secondary Business Partnership b ...(more)

Sixteen Additional Merit College Scholarships Bring Total to 43

(May 31, 2002)

Sixteen high school seniors recently have won college-sponsored National Merit Scholarships, bringing the total number of Montgomery County Public Schools (MCPS) Merit scholars to 43 so far this year. ...(more)

Continued Gains Made in Reducing SpEd Student-Teacher Ratios

(May 31, 2002)

The Board of Education has continued to make significant progress in decreasing the ratio of students to teachers in the various special education programs of the Montgomery County Public Schools, acc ...(more)

Thirteen Seniors Awarded Project Excellence Scholarships

(May 30, 2002)

Thirteen students have won scholarships through the Project Excellence program, which honors the academic achievement of outstanding African American students in the Washington metropolitan area. T ...(more)

Volunteers, Partnerships Honored at Champions for Children Ceremony

(May 30, 2002)

The inaugural Champions for Children recognition program and reception on May 29 honored volunteers, educators, and business-education partnerships for their outstanding contributions in support of st ...(more)

Highlights of Board of Education Meeting on May 28

(May 29, 2002)

The Board of Education met yesterday [May 28] and, among other items, approved a special education staffing plan for 2003-2006, reviewed an update on the Downcounty Consortium, and appointed six princ ...(more)

Board of Education Appoints Principals for Six Schools

(May 28, 2002)

The Board of Education met this evening [Tuesday, May 28] and approved the following appointments of six principals: * Dr. Carol A. Dahlberg, currently interim principal of White Oak Middle School ...(more)

Outstanding ESOL Teachers, Principal, and Students are Honored

(May 24, 2002)

Two MCPS teachers of English as a Second Language and one principal were honored for their outstanding work during a May 19 ceremony held at John F. Kennedy High School. The teacher awards, establi ...(more)