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MCR-SGA holds first General Assembly of the school year

On Tuesday, October 25, Montgomery Blair High School hosted MCR-SGA’s first General Assembly of the 2016-2017 school year. The assembly took place following weeks of anticipation and some minor setbacks…

Across MCPS, Students Walk Out to Protest Election

Across MCPS, Students Walk Out to Protest Election

On Monday, November 15 – only one day after an ethnically diverse Silver Spring church was vandalized with Pro-Trump hate-bearing remarks – hundreds of students from Montgomery Blair High School…

MCPS Student Enrollment Expands to Levels Above Full Capacity

This school year, 2,795 more students have enrolled into Montgomery County public schools, bringing the county’s total number up to 159,242 students. Since 2007, enrollment has increased within the county,…

Tight Race for At-Large Board of Education Seat

On November 8, Montgomery County citizens will vote for three of the seven seats on the Montgomery County Board of Education, including one at-large seat. The Board’s seven seats consist…

New Required Quarterly Assessments (RQAs) Draw Mixed Reviews

New Required Quarterly Assessments (RQAs) Draw Mixed Reviews

On November 10, 2015, the MCPS Board of Education received a memorandum from the interim superintendent Larry A. Bowers. The document called for the elimination of two-hour semester exams, to…

In Memoriam: Dr. McCleod, Former RMHS Principal

On April 1, former Richard Montgomery High School principal Dr. Nelson McLeod passed away at age 51. Before serving at RM from 2008 to 2014, Dr. McLeod was the principal…

Montgomery County Council Enacts Travel Ban to North Carolina and Mississippi

In response to recent LGBT-discriminatory legislation in North Carolina and Mississippi, the Montgomery County Council unanimously called for a travel ban to the two states. Montgomery County employees will no…

Guerci Wins SMOB Re-Election

On April 27, every MCPS student was given the opportunity to vote for our county’s Student Member of the Board of Education. The MCPS SMOB sits on the Board of…