Patricia Maclay MD, a Commissioner with the Montgomery County Commission for Women (CFW), will present an overview of the Commission’s work in the community. Covering topics ranging from youth engagement to the Women’s Legislative Briefing, Dr. Maclay will invite discussion about the issues facing women and girls in the County. […]
The Montgomery County Board of Education is seeking feedback on MCPS’ 2020-2021 calendar options. Note: The Board is scheduled to adopt the final traditional and innovative school calendars on March 23, 2021.
Join us as Claire McDonald, creator of Montgomery History’s online exhibit “The Path to Leadership,” discusses the influence of Montgomery County women in the political arena pre- and post-suffrage. Learn about some of the most influential women in Montgomery County politics and their fascinating stories in this decade-by-decade look at women’s rise to […]
Text below from the Montgomery County Public Schools article ‘Public Hearing Set for March 2 on the SRO Program‘ (February 24, 2021). The Montgomery County Board of Education will hold a virtual public hearing on the School Resource Officer (SRO) program on Tuesday, March 2. The Board will hold a […]
Montgomery County Department of Health and Human Services has community COVID-19 testing available to all MCPS staff, students and family members.
(English Translation below) Invitación del Comité de Participación de MCCPTA para una reunión Zoom, el 20 de febrero de 2021 a las 10:00 a. M., donde podra obtener más información. Tendremos discusiones en todos los niveles (Consejo de Educación, Condado, Estado) sobre el Programa de Oficiales de Policia en […]
MCPS students are invited to participate in a Climate Youth Town Hall from 7–8:30 p.m. on Thursday, Feb. 11. The event will be held via Zoom. The town hall, hosted by the [Montgomery County Maryland] Executive, Montgomery College and MCPS, is an opportunity for students to connect with each […]
There are three documented cases of lynching in Montgomery County: George Peck, John Diggs-Dorsey and Sidney Randolph. Researcher Sarah Hedlund presents comprehensive narratives on these three cases. There are three documented cases of lynching in Montgomery County: George Peck and John Diggs-Dorsey in 1880 and Sidney Randolph in 1896. The […]