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February 2015


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TIME SHOW / DESCRIPTION
08:00 am
Bounce

Gr. PreK–1. Important lessons are taught through songs and fun activities by a music therapist.

08:30 am
Meteor & the Mighty Monster Trucks

Gr. PreK-1. Join Meteor and his friends in their adventures around town while they learn about good old-fashion family values like telling the truth and responsibility.

08:45 am
Lemonade in Winter

Gr. Pre-K-2.  A lemonade stand in winter?  The idea may seem crazy but siblings Pauline and John-John think it’s a perfect time to sell lemonade and earn money.  Students learn about money through simple math concepts. 

09:00 am
Henry's Freedom Box

Gr. 2-5.  A young African American boy, Henry, makes a harrowing journey in a wooden crate -- and mails himself to freedom.

09:15 am
Harry and His Bucket Full of Dinosaurs

Gr. PreK–1. Five-year old Harry seeks to resolve conflicts through the use of fantasy. He uses his bucket to go to Dino World where he finds solutions to his problems.

09:30 am
Adventures from the Book of Virtues

Gr. 3–6. Illustrates character traits in amusing ways that will keep children entertained as they learn.

10:00 am
Snowflake Bentley

Gr. K–4.  A young boy, Willie Bentley, is fascinated by snowflakes. After studying them under a microscope he discovers no two snowflakes are alike.

10:30 am
Antarctic Antics

Gr. K–3.  Children get a first-hand look at the world of penguins through a collection of poems about the Antarctic and life under the sea. Video clip / Study Guide

11:00 am
Abel's Island

Gr. PreK–4.  A beautifully animated program based on prize-winning author William Steig’s book. One character learns to survive using resourcefulness he never dreamed he possessed.

 

11:30 am
The Freedom Station

Gr. 4-5.  Share a young runaway slave’s pursuit of freedom via the Underground Railroad.

 

12:00 pm
Education Matters: Workforce Diversity

BOE President Patricia O’Neill hosts a discussion about the school system’s  initiative to hire and retain more diverse educators and school personnel. 

01:00 pm
Motion, Force, and Energy

Gr. 5-6.  Students will explore the principles of motion, the basic concepts of speed and velocity and how speed and acceleration are calculated. Numerous examples of common occurrences illustrate the principles of motion.

02:30 pm
My Brand New Life

Gr. 5-9.  Kids from around the world swap places to live a “brand new life” in a chance to experience different countries, cultures, and lifestyles.

03:00 pm
Rembrandt: Fathers and Sons

Rembrandt befriends his young neighbor who eventually becomes his studio apprentice.  Through this friendship Rembrandt learns to defy artistic conventions and creates one his most famous paintings, The Night Watch.

05:15 pm
MCPS News in 90

The Public Information Office presents weekly news of important events and information within Montgomery County Public Schools. Webcast

06:00 pm
Education Matters: Workforce Diversity

BOE President Patricia O’Neill hosts a discussion about the school system’s  initiative to hire and retain more diverse educators and school personnel.

06:30 pm
Raising Healthy Teens: Communication Skills

Realistic scenarios help parents explore good communication skills and identify many situations in which they can be most useful with their children.

07:00 pm
Life in a War Zone: Montgomery County during the Civil War

Heritage Montgomery brings to life stories of the civil war years in Montgomery County.

08:00 pm
County Report This Week

Features news, events, and people that are important to Montgomery County. Watch video

08:30 pm
mcpssuper

Superintendent Joshua Starr speaks to students and teachers at Kingsview Middle School about the new mobile computers and cloud-based learning platform that will enhance creativity and collaboration in the classroom. Webcast

 

09:00 pm
Rembrandt: Fathers and Sons

Rembrandt befriends his young neighbor who eventually becomes his studio apprentice.  Through this friendship Rembrandt learns to defy artistic conventions and creates one his most famous paintings, The Night Watch.

10:00 pm
Education Matters: Workforce Diversity

BOE President Patricia O’Neill hosts a discussion about the school system’s  initiative to hire and retain more diverse educators and school personnel.

10:30 pm
Great Campaigns of the Civil War

Watch reenactments of the pivotal battles of the Civil War and learn about the struggles faced by the war's leaders and soldiers.

11:00 pm
Vermeer: Master of Light

This documentary on Dutch painter Johannes Vermeer explores and examines the “secrets” of his artistic technique. 

12:00 am MCPS Information and Announcements
TIME SHOW / DESCRIPTION
08:00 am
The Snowman (Spanish)

Gr. Pre-K–3. A delightful story about friendship and winter. 

08:30 am
Adventures from the Book of Virtues (Spanish)

Gr. 3–6. Illustrates character traits in an amusing way that will keep children entertained as they learn.

09:00 am
Auto-B-Good (Spanish)

Gr. K-2. This character education series promotes positive traits using lively and colorful animated automobile characters.

09:15 am
Madam President

Gr. 1-5. A little girl imagines what her day would be like if she were Madam President.

09:30 am
Martin's Big Words

Gr. K-5.  Using quotes from some of his beloved speeches, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. comes to life in stunning collage art and vibrant watercolor paintings in this biography about beliefs and dreams.

09:45 am
Coretta Scott

Gr. K-3.  Poetic text and artwork captures the movement for civil rights in the United States and honors its most elegant inspiration, Coretta Scott.

10:00 am
Symbols of America

Gr. 5 & 8.  This comprehensive series is designed to help young learners understand and appreciate the images that have become the symbols that represent the greatness of our nation. These images symbolize the American people, the American government, and the ideals of American democracy.

10:30 am
Living Things

Gr. K-4. This seven-part series explores: What Do Living Things Need?, Grouping, Cycles, Migration and Hibernation, Interactions, Food Chains, and Our Precious Earth.

10:45 am
Seasons: Winter

Gr. K-1. Snow-covered forests, animals foraging for food, and sports provide for an exciting glimpse into the wonders of the winter season. Concepts and terminology include: snow, ice, hibernation, winter sports, and winter solstice.

11:00 am
Harriet Tubman and the Underground Railroad

Gr. 4. Learn about the Underground Railroad’s most courageous conductor, Harriet Tubman, and learn why she was called “Moses of her people.”

11:15 am
Lincoln and Douglass

Gr. 2-5.  A story about an unusual friendship between two great American leaders during a time when racial tensions were high and racial equality was not yet established.

11:30 am
Just a Few Words, Mr. Lincoln

Gr. 2–5.  This story is about the events preceding Abraham Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address and actual delivery of his speech.

12:00 pm
Noticias en 90
Presented in Spanish, a weekly news update of about important events and information in Montgomery County Public Schools. Webcast
12:15 pm
Our Presidents in America's History

Gr. 9.  Showcases our country’s presidents and their influence on the historical events of their eras.

12:30 pm
Ready to Learn

Discusses the importance of establishing reading routines, quality child care, and how to incorporate literacy into everyday activities.

01:00 pm
America in the 20th Century

Highlights individuals, groups, and events that have impacted our country during the 20th century.

01:30 pm
Great Civilizations of the Ancient World

Gr. 6-8.  Explore the world's ancient civilizations, such as the Egyptian, Mesopotamian, Judaic, Greek, Roman, and Meso-American.

02:00 pm
The Rise and Fall of Roman Civilization

Gr. 6. The history of Rome, from its early beginnings to the heights of greatness and its eventual decline, is presented through location footage, re-enactments, and period writings and art.

02:30 pm
Human Impact on Our Ecosystems

Portrayal of the negative and positive effects humans have had on various types of water ecologies in regions of the U.S. and beyond.

03:45 pm
Washington at Valley Forge

Gr. 5 & 8.  Emphasizes the importance of George Washington's leadership during Valley Forge and how it ensured the Colonial armies win of the Revolutionary War.

04:00 pm
Homework Hotline Live!

This flagship program provides K–12 students with homework help in many subject areas.  Join the fun and get homework done! 

06:00 pm
The Math Dude
Gr. 6-12. A series that helps middle and high school students improve their algebra skills. The program follows the MCPS curriculum so students can review key concepts from Algebra 1, one of the High School Assessments that students must pass to graduate. Website
06:15 pm
Bully Smart

Gr. 3-6. Focuses on bullying behavior and offers strategies to help prevent and stop bullying.

06:30 pm
MCPS Noticias en :90

Presented in Spanish, a weekly news update of about important events and information in Montgomery County Public Schools. Webcast

06:45 pm
Our Presidents in America's History

Gr. 9.  Showcases our country’s presidents and their influence on the historical events of their eras.

07:45 pm
Planet H20

Gr. 5-8.  Students and professionals develop ways to solve the growing problems of widespread overuse and abuse of our planet’s most precious and limited resource–water.

08:00 pm
Green Careers

Gr. 6-12.  New and growing industries give young people a behind-the-scenes look at what it’s like to work in a variety of green jobs.

08:30 pm
Martin Luther King, Jr.

Preacher and activist, Martin Luther King, Jr., was a pivotal leader of non-violence and civil rights.  Learn about his life and achievements as well as the political and historical events that led to civil rights for African Americans.

10:30 pm
Helping Young Teens Succeed in Middle School

Discusses ways parents can provide support to their children during the difficult years of middle school. Parents learn to negotiate issues of concern, avoid unnecessary conflicts, promote independence and self-management skills, and provide a nurturing environment for growth and development.  

11:00 pm
MCPS Noticias en :90

Presented in Spanish, a weekly news update of about important events and information in Montgomery County Public Schools. Webcast

11:15 pm
Our Presidents in America's History

Gr. 9.  Showcases our country’s presidents and their influence on the historical events of their eras.

11:30 pm
Ready to Learn (Spanish)

Discusses the importance of establishing reading routines, quality child care, and how to incorporate literacy into everyday activities.

12:00 am MCPS Information and Announcements
TIME SHOW / DESCRIPTION
08:00 am
Snowflake Bentley

Gr. K–4.  A young boy, Willie Bentley, is fascinated by snowflakes. After studying them under a microscope he discovers no two snowflakes are alike.

08:30 am
Meteor & the Mighty Monster Trucks

Gr. PreK-1. Join Meteor and his friends in their adventures around town while they learn about good old-fashion family values like telling the truth and responsibility.

08:45 am
The Napping House

Gr. PreK-2. Join the fun when wakeful flea on a slumbering mouse on a snoozing cat on a dozing dog on a dreaming child on a snoring grandma on a sagging bed has an itch! Study Guide

09:00 am
Bear Snores On/Bear Wants More

Gr. PreK-1.  Bear Snores On: Bear sleeps and snores on while uninvited guests make themselves at home in his cave. Bear Wants More: Bear wakes up after a long winter hibernation with immense hunger. Young students learn about bears and hibernation, animal adaptation during winter, and rhyming.

09:15 am
Brave Irene

Gr. K–2.  Irene summons up all her courage in the face of a fierce snowstorm when her mother falls ill and Irene must deliver a ball gown to the duchess.

09:30 am
Abel's Island
Gr. PreK–4.  A beautifully animated program based on prize-winning author William Steig’s book. One character learns to survive using resourcefulness he never dreamed he possessed.
10:00 am
Antarctic Antics

Gr. K–3.  Children get a first-hand look at the world of penguins through a collection of poems about the Antarctic and life under the sea. Video clip / Study Guide

 

10:30 am
Duke Ellington

Gr. 1-5.  Known as the “King of the Keys” this tribute to Duke Ellington celebrates the life and music of this great musician.

11:00 am
Rocks and Minerals

Gr. 4. Explores the various types of rocks and their cycles as well as minerals and their properties.

11:15 am
Observing Weather

Gr. K-1.  Live-action weather footage helps students learn how they can observe the weather. Concepts and terminology: temperature, air pressure, weather systems, precipitation, and wind.

11:30 am
Rosa

Gr. 1–6.  The story of Rosa Parks is told through narration and illustrations. Key Civil Rights leaders such as Emmet Till, Jo Ann Robinson, and Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. are also a part of this program.

11:45 am
Madam President

Gr. 1-5. A little girl imagines what her day would be like if she were Madam President.

12:00 pm
Education Matters: Workforce Diversity

BOE President Patricia O’Neill hosts a discussion about the school system’s  initiative to hire and retain more diverse educators and school personnel.

01:00 pm
Great Campaigns of the Civil War

Watch reenactments of the pivotal battles of the Civil War and learn about the struggles faced by the war's leaders and soldiers.

01:30 pm
Jefferson and the Declaration of Independence

Gr. 5 & 8. Learn how Thomas Jefferson was chosen by the Continental Congress to write the Declaration of Independence and how it failed to deal with America's most difficult issue, slavery.

01:45 pm
Planet H20

Gr. 5-8.  See how young students and professionals are helping to solve the growing problems of widespread overuse and abuse of our planet’s most precious and limited resource–water.

02:00 pm
Einstein: Light to the Power of 2

The famous scholar and physicist meets a twelve year-old African American girl who renews Einstein’s spirit and in return he gives this young girl an incredible gift: an awareness of her potential.

03:00 pm
My Brand New Life

Gr. 5-9.  Kids from around the world swap places to live a “brand new life” in a chance to experience different countries, cultures, and lifestyles.

03:30 pm
Teen Kids News

Gr. 6–12.  Educational and entertaining news delivered by a team of teen anchors. This program is produced in partnership with Weekly Reader magazine.

04:00 pm
Homework Hotline Live!
This flagship program provides K–12 students with homework help in many subject areas.  Join the fun and get homework done! 
06:00 pm
The Math Dude
A series that helps middle and high school students improve their algebra skills.  The program follows the MCPS curriculum so students can review key concepts from Algebra 1. Website
06:15 pm
Planet H20

Gr. 5-8.  See how young students and professionals are helping to solve the growing problems of widespread overuse and abuse of our planet’s most precious and limited resource–water.

06:30 pm
Green Careers

Gr. 7-12.  New and growing industries give young people a behind-the-scenes look at what it’s like to work in a variety of green jobs.

07:00 pm
Quizmaster Challenge

The the county’s best and brightest high school students play in a battle-of-the-brains competition.

 

07:30 pm
Quizmaster Challenge

The the county’s best and brightest high school students play in a battle-of-the-brains competition.

 

08:00 pm
America in the 20th Century

Highlights individuals, groups, and events that have impacted our country during the 20th century.

08:30 pm
Education Matters: Workforce Diversity

BOE President Patricia O’Neill hosts a discussion about the school system’s  initiative to hire and retain more diverse educators and school personnel. Webcast

09:30 pm
County Report This Week

Features news, events, and people that are important to Montgomery County. Watch video

10:00 pm
The Civil Rights Movement

Explores the quest for African American equality in vivid detail.

12:00 am MCPS Information and Announcements
TIME SHOW / DESCRIPTION
08:00 am
Adventures from the Book of Virtues

Gr. 3–6. Illustrates character traits in an amusing way that will keep children entertained as they learn.

08:30 am
Lemonade in Winter

Gr. Pre-K-2.  A lemonade stand in winter?  The idea may seem crazy but siblings Pauline and John-John think it’s a perfect time to sell lemonade and earn money.  Students learn about money through simple math concepts. 

08:45 am
Rosa

Gr. 1–6.  The story of Rosa Parks is told through narration and illustrations. Key Civil Rights leaders such as Emmet Till, Jo Ann Robinson, and Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. are also a part of this program.

09:00 am
Auto-B-Good

Gr. K-2. This character education series promotes positive traits using lively and colorful animated automobile characters. (9/2014)

09:15 am
Reading to Your Bunny

Gr. Pre-K–4.  Freddy Bunny has shown no interest in learning at school. The Book Fairy encourages Freddy’s parents to take him to the library and read to him 20 minutes a day. In no time Freddy becomes a book-loving student. Video clip

09:30 am
Brave Irene

Gr. K–2.  Irene summons up all her courage in the face of a fierce snowstorm when her mother falls ill and Irene must deliver a ball gown to the duchess.

09:45 am
Henry's Freedom Box

Gr. 2-5.  A young African American boy, Henry, makes a harrowing journey in a wooden crate -- and mails himself to freedom.

10:00 am
Martin's Big Words

Gr. K-5.  Using quotes from some of his beloved speeches, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. comes to life in stunning collage art and vibrant watercolor paintings in this biography about beliefs and dreams.

10:15 am
Coretta Scott

Gr. K-3.  Poetic text and artwork captures the movement for civil rights in the United States and honors its most elegant inspiration, Coretta Scott.

10:30 am
Living Things

Gr. K-4. This seven-part series explores: What Do Living Things Need?, Grouping, Cycles, Migration and Hibernation, Interactions, Food Chains, and Our Precious Earth.

10:30 am
Seasons: Winter

Gr. K-1. Snow-covered forests, animals foraging for food, and sports provide for an exciting glimpse into the wonders of the winter season. Concepts and terminology include: snow, ice, hibernation, winter sports, and winter solstice.

11:00 am
Harriet Tubman and the Underground Railroad

Gr. 4. Learn about the Underground Railroad’s most courageous conductor, Harriet Tubman, and learn why she was called “Moses of her people.”

11:15 am
Lincoln and Douglass

Gr. 2-5.  A story about an unusual friendship between two great American leaders during a time when racial tensions were high and racial equality was not yet established.

11:30 am
Just a Few Words, Mr. Lincoln

Gr. 2–5. This story is about the events preceding Abraham Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address and actual delivery of his speech.

12:00 pm
MCPS Noticias en :90

Presented in Spanish, a weekly news update of about important events and information in Montgomery County Public Schools. Webcast

12:15 pm
Our Presidents in America's History

Gr. 9.  Showcases our country’s presidents and their influence on the historical events of their eras.

12:30 pm
Ready to Learn

Discusses the importance of establishing reading routines, quality child care, and how to incorporate literacy into everyday activities.

01:00 pm
America in the 20th Century

Highlights individuals, groups, and events that have impacted our country during the 20th century.

01:30 pm
Great Civilizations of the Ancient World

Gr. 6-8.  Explore the world's ancient civilizations, such as the Egyptian, Mesopotamian, Judaic, Greek, Roman, and Meso-American.

02:00 pm
The Rise and Fall of Roman Civilization

Gr. 6. The history of Rome, from its early beginnings to the heights of greatness and its eventual decline, is presented through location footage, re-enactments, and period writings and art.

02:30 pm
Human Impact on Our Ecosystems

Portrayal of the negative and positive effects humans have had on various types of water ecologies in regions of the U.S. and beyond.

03:45 pm
Lincoln at Gettysburg

Gr. 5 & 8. Featuring a calm yet emotional reading of the complete Gettysburg Address, students learn how Lincoln reconciled the horrors of this battle.

04:00 pm
Homework Hotline Live!

This flagship program provides K–12 students with homework help in many subject areas.  Join the fun and get homework done! 

06:00 pm
The Math Dude
A series that helps middle and high school students improve their algebra skills.  The program follows the MCPS curriculum so students can review key concepts from Algebra 1. Website
06:15 pm
Bully Smart

Gr. 3-6. Focuses on bullying behavior and offers strategies to help prevent and stop bullying.

06:30 pm
MCPS Noticias en :90

Presented in Spanish, a weekly news update of about important events and information in Montgomery County Public Schools. Webcast

06:45 pm
Our Presidents in America's History

Gr. 9.  Showcases our country’s presidents and their influence on the historical events of their eras.

07:45 pm
Planet H20

Gr. 5-8.  Students and professionals develop ways to solve the growing problems of widespread overuse and abuse of our planet’s most precious and limited resource–water.  

08:00 pm
Green Careers

Gr. 7-12.  New and growing industries give young people a behind-the-scenes look at what it’s like to work in a variety of green jobs.

08:30 pm
Martin Luther King, Jr.

Preacher and activist, Martin Luther King, Jr., was a pivotal leader of non-violence and civil rights.  Learn about his life and achievements as well as the political and historical events that led to civil rights for African Americans.

10:30 pm
How to Help Your Succeed in Middle School

Discusses ways parents can provide support to their children during the difficult years of middle school. Parents learn to negotiate issues of concern, avoid unnecessary conflicts, promote independence and self-management skills, and provide a nurturing environment for growth and development.  

11:00 pm
MCPS Noticias en :90

Presented in Spanish, a weekly news update of about important events and information in Montgomery County Public Schools. Webcast

11:15 pm
Our Presidents in America's History

Gr. 9.  Showcases our country’s presidents and their influence on the historical events of their eras.

11:30 pm
Ready to Learn (Spanish)

Discusses the importance of establishing reading routines, quality child care, and how to incorporate literacy into everyday activities.

12:00 am MCPS Information and Announcements
TIME SHOW / DESCRIPTION
08:00 am
Bounce

Gr. PreK–1. Important lessons are taught through songs and fun activities by a music therapist.

08:30 am
Meteor & the Mighty Monster Trucks

Gr. PreK-1. Join Meteor and his friends in their adventures around town while they learn about good old-fashion family values like telling the truth and responsibility.

08:45 am
Bear Snores/Bear Wants More

Gr. PreK-1.  Bear Snores On: Bear sleeps and snores on while uninvited guests make themselves at home in his cave. Bear Wants More: Bear wakes up after a long winter hibernation with immense hunger. Young students learn about bears and hibernation, animal adaptation during winter, and rhyming.

09:00 am
Brave Irene

Gr. K–2.  Irene summons up all her courage in the face of a fierce snowstorm when her mother falls ill and Irene must deliver a ball gown to the duchess.

09:15 am
Harry and His Bucket Full of Dinosaurs

Gr. PreK–1. Five-year old Harry seeks to resolve conflicts through the use of fantasy. He uses his bucket to go to Dino World where he finds solutions to his problems.

09:30 am
Adventures From the Book of Virtues

Gr. 3–6. Illustrates character traits in an amusing way that will keep children entertained as they learn.

10:00 am
Snowflake Bentley

Gr. K–4.  A young boy, Willie Bentley, is fascinated by snowflakes. After studying them under a microscope he discovers no two snowflakes are alike.

10:30 am
Colonial Williamsburg: Colonial Idol

Gr. 5. This exciting talent showcase features 18th-century music, including Native American songs, military tunes, enslaved people's work songs and much more.

11:30 am
The Freedom Station

Gr. 4-5.  Share a young runaway slave’s pursuit of freedom via the Underground Railroad.

 

12:00 pm
Education Matters: Workforce Diversity

BOE President Patricia O’Neill hosts a discussion about the school system’s  initiative to hire and retain more diverse educators and school personnel.

01:00 pm
Matter in Action

Gr. 9–12. Defines and illustrates the properties, characteristics, and different types of matter. Episodes: What is Matter? Solids, Liquids and Gases, Elements, Compounds, and Mixtures, and Atoms.

02:30 pm
Teen Kids News

Gr. 6–12.  Educational and entertaining news delivered by a team of teen anchors. This program is produced in partnership with Weekly Reader magazine

03:00 pm
Galileo: On the Shoulders of Giants

Galileo is on the verge of uncovering some of the mysteries of the universe and finds support from an unexpected source, the pampered son of the powerful Medici family.

05:15 pm
MCPS News in :90

The Public Information Office presents a weekly news update of important events and information within Montgomery County Public Schools. Webcast

06:00 pm
Education Matters: Workforce Diversity

BOE President Patricia O’Neill hosts a discussion about the school system’s  initiative to hire and retain more diverse educators and school personnel.

06:30 pm
Raising Healthy Teens: Communication Skills

Realistic scenarios help parents explore good communication skills and identify many situations in which they can be most useful with their children.

07:00 pm
Quizmaster Challenge

The the county’s best and brightest high school students play in a battle-of-the-brains competition.

07:30 pm
Quizmaster Challenge

The the county’s best and brightest high school students play in a battle-of-the-brains competition.

08:00 pm
County Report This Week

Features news, events and people that are important to Montgomery County. Watch show

09:00 pm
Galileo: On the Shoulders of Giants

Galileo is on the verge of uncovering some of the mysteries of the universe and finds support from an unexpected source, the pampered son of the powerful Medici family.

10:00 pm
Education Matters: Workfoce Diversity

BOE President Patricia O’Neill hosts a discussion about the school system’s  initiative to hire and retain more diverse educators and school personnel. Webcast

10:30 pm
Great Campaigns of the Civil War

Watch reenactments of the pivotal battles of the Civil War and learn about the struggles faced by the war's leaders and soldiers.

11:00 pm
Vermeer: Master of Light

This documentary on Dutch painter Johannes Vermeer explores and examines the “secrets” of his artistic technique. 

12:00 am MCPS Information and Announcements
TIME SHOW / DESCRIPTION
08:00 am
MCPS Local Programming
Various programs that provide information about schools, to parents, and the community.
01:00 pm
Board of Education Meetings
07:30 pm
County Report This Week

Features news, events and people that are important to Montgomery County. Watch show

08:00 pm
MCPS Local Programming

Various programs that provide information about schools, to parents, and the community.

12:00 am MCPS Information and Announcements

 


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