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Superintendent Holds Town Hall Meeting at Einstein High School

Superintendent Holds Town Hall Meeting at Einstein High School

The Superintendent of Schools, Dr. Joshua Starr, held the second Student Town Hall meeting at Einstein High School on November 14th in order to gather student opinions to improve Montgomery…

Board Discusses Facility Renovations, School Calendars, and Education Equity

Various hot-button issues were brought up at the November Board of Education meeting. Subjects discussed include school calendar, facilities renovations across the county, and student suspensions. One major issue that…

Board of Education Passes Amendments to CIP

If you’ve experienced the inconvenience of having to learn from a ‘portable’ classroom, you’ll be glad to hear that MoCo’s Board of Education recently approved new amendments to the Capital…

Students, Parents, and Teachers Convene for Budget Hearing

Students, Parents, and Teachers Convene for Budget Hearing

Since Superintendent Joshua Starr released his recommended capital budget amendments, Montgomery County residents have kept a close watch on the proposals. On November 12 and 15, the Board of Education…

Building the Future Together

Building the Future Together

Superintendent Joshua Starr delivered his first ‘State of Schools’ address Monday, Nov. 12 at the Strathmore Music Centre. More than 800 county residents, including parents, teachers, business leaders, and other…

N2N Initiative—Board of Education’s New Method of Outreach

N2N Initiative—Board of Education’s New Method of Outreach

Recently, Montgomery County Public Schools launched a new initiative called Neighbor to Neighbor (N2N), which creates a platform for community members to discuss important issues in Montgomery County. The goal…

EpiPens May Save Students’ Lives

EpiPens May Save Students’ Lives

This story is an update of ‘Ei-Pens Coming to Schools. Perhaps.’ Some students are deathly allergic to peanuts, bee stings, and other substances, which can lead to a condition known…

Town Hall Bridges Communication Between MoCo Students and the Board of Education

Town Hall Bridges Communication Between MoCo Students and the Board of Education

School Lunches, Standardized Testing, Marching Bands. Words that bring a familiar ring to most students in Montgomery County. Nonetheless, blabbers about these everyday terms generally stop after students condemn the…