The message, emailed to the MCPS community on May 22, provides an update on the curriculum selection process.
From markers to notebooks, pencils to glue sticks, encourage students to rid their book bags, lockers and desks of usable school supplies and donate them to this annual event.
The message, emailed to staff on May 11, discusses the request for proposals and the process for implementing the new curriculum over the next three years.
During the annual event, more than 40 students, parents, educators and programs were recognized for providing support, motivation and encouragement to help ensure success for special education students.
An Albert Einstein High School student took home the grand prize in the Junior Achievement Essay Competition, winning a $20,000 scholarship. Roberto Clemente seventh graders won a STEM competition, and 21 students have been awarded $2,500 scholarships from the National Merit Scholarship Corp.