Thomas Edison High School of Technology is unique among Montgomery County public high schools. Students enrolled in all MCPS comprehensive high schools may apply for enrollment in one of Edison’s eighteen highly acclaimed career and technology education programs. The Cosmetology students will be opening the Edison Salon (12051 Dalewood Dr. Silver Spring MD 20906) on Wednesday, December 6 to hold a SkillsUSA fundraiser. From 8:30am until 8:30pm, the student operated salon will offer limited services for $20 each, such as:
More MCPS students in kindergarten through second grade are meeting or exceeding reading benchmarks this fall, according to the latest state assessments.
Ms. Anita O’Neill has been named acting principal at Clarksburg High School, effective January 1st. She will be taking over for Mr. Edward Owusu, who announced his upcoming retirement last month. The full letter to the community can be seen below, as well as a message from Ms. O’Neill herself.
Dr. Monifa McKnight, superintendent of MCPS, has released a statement on the investigation of Dr. Joel Beidleman by the Montgomery County Inspector General. The full statement can be seen below:
From the Office of Councilmember Will Jawando: “Montgomery County Councilmember Will Jawando (At-Large), chair of the Education and Culture (EC) Committee, released the following statement related to the Office of Inspector General’s (OIG) investigation of misconduct allegations against Montgomery County Public Schools (MCPS) Principal Dr. Joel Beidleman. (more…)
The Montgomery County Board of Education released the following statement today, regarding the Montgomery County Maryland Office of the Inspector General’s investigation of misconduct by MCPS principal, Dr. Joel Beidleman. The full statement can be seen below:
Students and staff from S. Christa McAuliffe Elementary School in Germantown joined the Montgomery County Department of Environmental Protection on Nov. 30 to plant trees and commemorate Maryland’s Five Million Trees Initiative.
For the 23rd year, dozens of energetic high school dancers took the stage at the Music Center at Strathmore to represent their schools at the Latin Dance Competition on Nov. 21.
About 52 students in the restaurant management and culinary arts program at Thomas Edison High School of Technology held their annual holiday bake sale prior to Thanksgiving break.
Calling all coaches, students and parents/caregivers of student athletes: MCPS Athletics and the NCAA Eligibility Center are hosting a virtual information night from 6:30-8 p.m. on Monday, Dec. 4.