An upcoming session on March 24 will provide more information to MCPS supporting staff.
Students at Montgomery Blair High School and Eastern Middle School took top honors nationally in C-SPAN’s annual documentary film contest. A Richard Montgomery student won a poster competition promoting the Wheaton Arts Parade and Festival. And Briggs Chaney Middle School students shared their creative writing during a literacy celebration.
The trio, along with two Rising Star Teachers of the Year, will be honored at the annual Champions for Children celebration on April 18 at BlackRock Center for the Arts in Germantown.
The contest asks students to use visual art or the written word to celebrate diversity and equity. It is open to students from all grade levels. The deadline is Friday, March 16.
Glen Haven Elementary School’s counselor has been honored with a state award. The Takoma Park Middle School principal is recognized for her support of arts programs. Also, read about retirement celebrations and In Memoriam.
This spring’s physical fitness challenge, MCPS Grand Prix, gets started on Monday, March 12. Hit goals and win prizes for yourself or wellness grants for your school or office, and be recognized for your hard work.
Four Montgomery County library branches will celebrate social, cultural and political achievements of women. The programs are free and suitable for all ages.
The event will allow girls in Grades 5–8 and their parents to explore career possibilities in STEAM, and participate in workshops, panel discussions and hands-on exhibits.