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A board voted unanimously Monday evening for the upcoming changes to cover Board members’ work-related expenses.
A plan to change school start times has been shelved in the Montgomery County Public Schools. The group Start School Later says the "inaction" will hurt students.
Montgomery County School Board members will soon decide if high school start times should be pushed back to 8:15 a.m., with dismissal moved to 3 p.m.
Computer testing at the national bee got under way today at National Harbor. Look for live coverage this week on ESPN channels.
A Montgomery County Public Schools student has been named a 2014 U.S. Presidential Scholar.
The County Council plans to use reserve funds from the school system's health care trust funds to make up the shortfall in funding for school system operations next year.
Twenty-five Montgomery County Public Schools students from nine different high schools have been awarded National Merit $2,500 Scholarships.
Kelley Rogers has been a part of the PTA for 10 years.
The Montgomery County Board of Education is seeking applicants to fill a vacancy on its Ethics Panel.
The Montgomery County Board of Education on Wednesday approved changes to the current school calendar to offset snow days.
Andrea Weckerle, author of "Civility in the Digital Age" and president of CiviliNation, will speak this month in Montgomery County.
Montgomery County Public Schools have asked the state to waive five snow days. The district has canceled school ten days this year because of winter storms.
Montgomery County teachers will receive a 5.5 percent pay raise over the next three years, and pay more for their health insurance.
The brutal winter has caused students to miss nine days of school so far this year, which could push the end of classes back a week.