Despite the controversy about opening schools to in-person learning created by Maryland Governor Larry Hogan (R), Montgomery County Public Schools students started a new school year virtually on Monday.
They sat in a parking lot in Glen Echo making music with donated instruments while waiting for more to come in.
Two Churchill High School students were selected winners in Maryland’s 6th District Congressional Art Competition.
With a new principal and new assistant principal, Bells Mill Elementary School is ready to start this new school year with enthusiasm for education, parent collaboration and social emotional growth for all students.
Decisions and models vary from school to school.
After almost two weeks of policy twists and turns, private schools in Montgomery County can open the 2020-2021 School year either virtually or with in-person classes.
Holly Hill newly named to principal at Wayside.
A lifelong love of learning led Holly Hill, newly named principal at Wayside Elementary School, to become a teacher and stay in education as a career.
Governor overrules Montgomery County health officer after he says private schools must not hold in-person classes.
School always includes tests. Educators, administrators, parents and students are being tested this week concerning how and when their schools might open.
Potomac Elementary School PTA meets to end one year, and to begin another.
As if anyone needs to be reminded that times are different, consider the Potomac Elementary School PTA meeting Thursday.
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Montgomery County Public Schools announced Saturday a plan for reopening schools this fall.
As with graduates from all Montgomery County public high schools, Winston Churchill and Walt Whitman students celebrated graduation virtually this year.
MCPS Graduation week begins with Universal Virtual ceremony.
The Thomas S. Wootton High School Class of 2020 had two graduation ceremonies this week. Twice the usual number, doing double duty for the graduates who might be wishing for just one “normal” graduation.
Students share diverse talents.
Every year, students at Potomac Elementary School have a chance to share their talents with the school community during the Potomac’s Got Talent show.