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Upcoming Districtwide Boundary Analysis Meetings

The MCPS Districtwide Boundary Analysis is an initiative designed to provide a comprehensive assessment of Montgomery County Public School boundaries. As part of this assessment, a series of regional public meetings will be held in six locations around the county in December and January. All residents of Montgomery County are invited to attend to learn more about the Boundary Analysis process and give feedback on opportunities and challenges with our public schools. The dates and locations of the meetings are as follows:

•December 4 at Gaithersburg High School
•December 11 at Julius West Middle School
•December 14 at White Oak Middle Oak
•January 7 at Walter Johnson High School
•January 11 at Montgomery Blair High School
•January 14 at Northwest High School

Each meeting will have the same format and content.

Community Meetings

Winter Coat Drive Under Way

The MCPS Prekindergarten/Head Start Programs are collecting new winter coats for students. They are seeking donations of boys’ and girls’ coats in sizes 5, 6, 6X, 7 and 8, along with other winter wear, such as hats and gloves. Donations can be sent to Rocking Horse Road Center, 4910 Macon Road, Room 141, Rockville, MD 20852. For more information, contact PreK programs at 240-740-4530.

Winter Coat Drive

NAACP Parents' Council to Hold its 24th Annual Kickoff Event

The NAACP Parents’ Council kickoff meeting will be held from 5:30–9 p.m. on Tuesday, November 19 at Northwest High School. This event will bring together parents, MCPS teachers, principals and administrators to share ideas on how to champion equity and excellence in education. Participants will have an opportunity to attend a resource fair and various breakout sessions. John B. King Jr., former U.S. Secretary of Education, will be the keynote speaker. Northwest High School is located at 13501 Richter Farm Road in Germantown.

NAACP Parent Meeting

Mental Health Fair Provides Parents and Students with Resources and Information

MCPS hosted the 2019 Mental Health Fair on November 9 at Gaithersburg High School.
Parents, students and community members had an opportunity to hear from MCPS staff, students and outside professionals about topics impacting their children, and learn about resources that support students’ physical, social and psychological well-being.

Mental Health Fair

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MCPS–All In: Equity and Achievement Framework

MCPS is committed to addressing disparities in student outcomes by closing gaps in opportunity and achievement for all students, in all classrooms, in all of our schools. The MCPS All In: Equity and Achievement Framework provides the purpose, path and plan to ensure success for all students.

Visit the Framework Website