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Montgomery County Teen Unleashes Musical Talent

Montgomery County Teen Unleashes Musical Talent

Every year, the National Parent and Teachers Association (PTA) hosts a creative competition for all students enrolled in public primary and secondary schools. The PTA Reflection Program, with a different…

MCCPTA Performing Arts Festival A Smashing Hit!

MCCPTA Performing Arts Festival A Smashing Hit!

The countywide Parent Teacher Association’s second annual Performing Arts Festival was again a smashing hit. The event was broken into two sessions: the first held on Saturday April 20th from at…

Chinese New Year in Montgomery County!

Chinese New Year in Montgomery County!

The morning air of February 10th carried the scant of a brand new year. At least, for the Chinese residents of Montgomery County. February 10th was Chinese New Year, one…

Dr. Starr’s Book Club Will Meet in January

Dr. Starr’s Book Club Will Meet in January

Superintendent Dr. Joshua Starr is bringing his knowledge of child education and his passion for teaching to his very first Book Club of the school year! By reading along with…

Nerve wrecking Auditions for State-wide Orchestra Brings Merriment to Young Promising Musicians

Once again, the arrival of winter brought the key moment of the school year for many students—it’s time for the all state musical group auditions! For MCPS students with passions…

Broadway Artists Perform at High School

Broadway Artists Perform at High School

Recently, broadway artists Anthony Rapp, Eleasha Gamble and Heidi Blickenstaff sang, spoke about their careers, and answered questions from students at Bethesda-Chevy Chase High School as part of ArtSpeak!, a…

Musicians at Loiederman Middle

Loiederman Middle School recently had the exciting opportunity to work with international composer Jim Papoulis to create their own original melodies! Having a commissioned piece of choral music is an…