Frustrated Blair students gathered in the parking lot today to demonstrate their disapproval of MCPS management with regards to the recent rise in COVID-19 cases
Due to mounting COVID-19 concerns, the county has decided to allow certain schools to shift to remote learning.
Eli walks us through the recent MCPS bus driver shortage.
The Board of Education voted unanimously on Feb. 9 to start the phase-in to return to schools
MCPS, it's time to make African American Studies a graduate requirement
MCPS announced that a missing work grade will change to a 50 percent
The MCPS parent survey indicates that most students will remain in virtual learning in the second semester
Blair students and parents’ opinions on the MCPS reopening plan, who should go back to school first and how online learning is affecting them
MCPS should allow in-person fall sports practices for the remainder of the first semester
Students will be in schools in February 2021 at the earliest
Students from several schools in MCPS recently posted sexual harassment and assault allegations on social media
Einstein student displayed a gun during an online class session
MCPS continues to provide support and education to the community through the COVID-19 pandemic
A pass/fail system unfairly rewards students for doing the bare minimum
Middle school teachers "strongly suggest" that students continue their work during the COVID-19 break
The Friday before a 2-week (or longer) school closure due to the COVID-19 pandemic, SCO Video decided to ask some blazers how they felt about the situation.
The College Board decided to administer online exams amid school closures
With the recent school closing, all educational instruction has stopped
All Maryland public schools will be closed from Mar. 16 to Apr. 24
Montgomery County Board of Education has to decide whether to leave room for better toilet paper in the 2021 budget
Retiring after 30 years at Blair primarily as a Health Education teacher
The county hopes to increase early education spaces for residents in 2020
The gap in academic performance between White and Asian and minority students has not narrowed
A new proposal drives for safety and general behind-the-wheel instruction
Through a grant from the Department of Homeland Security, Montgomery County Public Schools (MCPS) is putting “Stop the Bleed” kits in each of its 208 schools.
We found 56 results.