Virtual learning can be difficult to navigate. Let MCPS school library media programs be your guide. Support your children by exploring the many online resources available for students to tap into while learning from home. We will include the fundamentals of the inquiry process of research and how to encourage […]
Information about Montgomery County Public Schools’ ‘Parent Preference Survey’ which will be used to help MCPS “inform the design of the in-person instructional models, the number of school buildings [it] can open and scheduling” for possible return to in-person learning beginning January 2021.
MCPS is hosting a virtual conversation on Thursday, Nov. 12, 2020 @ 6:30 pm for the community on the framework for the return of students to in-person learning beginning January 2021. The virtual conversation will be streamed live on the MCPS website, MCPS TV (Comcast 34, Verizon 36 and RCN […]
FYI: Text below from MCPS News Article’ Parent Preference Survey Closes Dec. 3‘ (November 13, 2020). MCPS hosted a virtual conversation on Nov. 12, 2020 on the plan for students to return to in-person learning beginning January 2021. If you missed the conversation, you can watch it here. MCPS […]
Join the conversation on Twitter using #DigitalSchools As the COVID-19 pandemic struck, schools across America scrambled to respond. This fall, many K-12 school leaders opted not to resume in-person instruction as the public health risks remained too great. The resulting nationwide shift to online learning has posed many challenges for school […]
Montgomery County Public Schools (MCPS) plans to begin phasing students back into buildings for some in-person instruction starting on January 12, 2021.
The Montgomery County Board of Education will meet in a virtual work session on Friday, Nov. 6 to continue its discussion on the district’s recovery of education plan and the eventual phased-in return to schools. Closed session begins at 1:30 p.m.; the public portion of the meeting will begin at […]
Montgomery County Public Schools (MCPS) leaders are looking for a significant decrease in COVID-19 cases per 100,000 residents before all students can come back into classrooms for face-to-face instruction.