The budget will allow the district to manage growth and make investments in critical areas, including new career readiness pathways, more language immersion programs and expanded computer science, coding and robotics programs.
For the last issue of the school year, The Bulletin talked to a group of retirees about their memorable years in MCPS, their plans for the future and words of advice for those just starting out.
Here’s what you need to know about summer pay dates, an accelerated pay date in September, salary increases for eligible employees and wellness classes through August.
The pool will stay open through August 15. Requirements for becoming an assistant principal are listed on the MCPS Careers website.
Linda Adams, supervisor of fine arts, and the MCPS TV department have been honored with state and national awards. Also, inside, the latest Board appointments and information on a retirement celebration for longtime instructional specialist Teresa Wright.
Silver Creek Middle School held a formal dedication ceremony and ribbon cutting on June 9, complete with student performances and a tour. At Brookside Nature Center, Glenallan students explored plants, fish and mammals as part of a BioBlitz. And fourth graders at four schools were thinking BIG, in a new initiative sponsored by the superintendent.
By completing a screening with CareFirst or Kaiser Permanente by Oct. 5, 2018, employees will see a 1 percent reduction in the cost of their health insurance.
Washington Grove celebrated its 125th anniversary with games, a family picnics and recognitions galore. High school playwrights presented their work at a Baltimore festival. And more than 600 White Oak Middle School students explored a variety of professions during Career Day.