Donna St. George, an education with the Washington Post for 25+ years who has covered various stories regarding Montgomery County Public Schools (MCPS) and other local school systems, has announced she is leaving the paper.
On Monday afternoon, St. George stated via Twitter/X that she has “accepted a voluntary buyout amid Post financial losses.” “It’s tough to leave a place I love, but I’m excited about the next chapter.” Her final story was published by the paper on January 5th.
Per her WaPo bio: “Donna St. George writes about education. She has also worked on The Post’s local projects staff, written about the toll of the 2001 terrorist attacks, followed a class of U.S. Marines from boot camp into the war on terrorism, and woven together narratives about domestic violence, the economic downturn, military women and modern family life. She was previously a reporter at the New York Times, the Philadelphia Inquirer and the Los Angeles Times. Over the years, she has covered local and national news, worked as a Washington correspondent and reported on the South from a national bureau in New Orleans.”
Personal news: My final story at the Washington Post published in the Jan. 5 paper, after 25+ yrs of national and local reporting. Like colleagues, I accepted a voluntary buyout amid Post financial losses. It's tough to leave a place I love, but I'm excited about the next chapter
— Donna St. George (@DonnaStGeorge) January 8, 2024
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March 1st (Friday) 6pm-7:30pm
March 2nd (Saturday) 6pm-7:30pm
March 3rd (Sunday) 10:30am -12pm and 3:30pm-5pm
Location:18031 Central Park Cir, Boyds, MD 20841
Price: $349 + AC Milan Junior Camp Kit