On Your Mark, Get Set … Read!

Montgomery County Public Libraries (MCPL) invites all students to participate in this year’s Summer Read and Learn program, which began on June 1 and will run through August 31. Participants can sign up for the program and complete learning track activities, including reading, fitness, science, arts and crafts, and more. Registration is available online and at any MCPL branch library. Prizes (while supplies last) will also be awarded upon completion of the learning tracks.

MCPL Reading Program

Education Matters: The Role and History of the SMOB

The current Student Member of the Board (SMOB) Eric Guerci leads a discussion with Montgomery County’s first SMOB David Naimon, who served from 1978–79, and former SMOB Alison Serino, who served from 1989–90, about the history and significance of this student-elected position.

Education Matters

Students Will Receive Free Meals During the Summer

Students in many summer school or recreation programs will be provided meals as part of the Montgomery County summer food program. The program ensures that children continue to receive nutritious meals during the summer months when school breakfasts and lunches are not available. The free meals will be distributed at approximately 120 sites throughout the county every weekday starting June 21 and ending Aug. 26 (except July 4). Children 18 and younger are eligible to receive the meals.

Summer Meals

Springbrook HS

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MCPS Spring Sports: Gymnastics and Coed Volleyball

MCPS offers two unique opportunities for high school student-athletes; both are spring varsity level teams in gymnastics and coed volleyball. MCPS Sport Insight

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