An interest meeting for this three-year, part-time program will be held on Wednesday, Nov. 15. Register to attend on PDO.
The tobacco cessation program is free for employees and their spouses. Sign up today and avoid paying the 25 percent tobacco-user surcharge to the cost of your MCPS-provided health insurance.
Parents and community members, now is the time to nominate the best and brightest. MCPS has several awards to honor its exceptional staff. Applications are due next month and in January 2018. Don’t hesitate; nominate!
The campaign will run through November 30, and will allow employees to donate to up to 10 charities online using debit or credit cards, by texting from their mobile phones, or by check or payroll deduction.
The scholarship, available for fall 2018 admission, is open to children of school employees with at least four years of current and consecutive full-time employment. Students must have at least a 2.5 grade point average to receive it.
The Board of Education is scheduled to discuss the new calendar proposals at its November 14 meeting. The proposals are available on the MCPS website.
This deadline is for those who wish to submit Choice forms for the Northeast, Downcounty or Middle School Magnet consortia; Roberto Clemente Middle School, or high school application programs.
Nearly 500 students from John Poole and Kingsview middle schools took part in the annual Frontiers in Science and Medicine Day at Johns Hopkins University. The event gave students hands-on experiences and inspired them to consider a STEM career.
Jazz and blues came to life for thousands of 5th graders during the annual concert at the Music Center at Strathmore. And, teams from all 25 high schools tumbled, danced and jumped for the 30th annual cheerleading competition.
The additional information, which includes documents in English language arts, math and science, provides greater transparency and access to the curriculum for parents and students.
An upcoming webinar and seminar will offer tips on how to help curb the obesity epidemic in this country. Also, be sure to look out for the November wellness newsletter coming to your inbox this Friday, Nov. 3.