Senior Allison Yang decides enough is enough and puts the homework away. Right before going to bed, she crosses her fingers, and opens up MoCoSnow’s Facebook page.
Until very recently, predicting how MCPS would respond to inclement weather was little more than pointless guesswork. Now, however,... READ MORE »»
CHS students often check MoCoSnow through the Twitter and Facebook apps on their phones.
After weeks of speculation following Starr’s possible contract renewal as superintendent for the next four years, he announced his resignation Feb. 3.
“It has been an honor to serve as the superintendent of MCPS,” Starr said. “I thank the Board of Education for the opportunity to lead one... READ MORE »»
After four years leading MCPS, former Superintendent Joshua Starr announced his resignation earlier this month. His term officially ended Feb. 16.
The Montgomery County Board of Education voted Feb. 10 to push back MCPS starting times, effective next school year. High school and middle schools will begin 20 minutes later and elementary schools will begin 10 minutes later.
According to a press release from Board President Patricia O’Neill,... READ MORE »»
A MCPS student participates in the “Save our Sleep” protest outside of the Carver Educational Services Center Feb. 9.
Albert Song was officially named the new CHS varsity head football coach Feb. 2.
After the resignation of former head coach Joe Allen, Athletic Director Scott Rivinius went through a lengthy hiring process before choosing Song over several other candidates.
“Coach Song stood out for his passion... READ MORE »»
Albert Song was named the new varsity football head coach Feb. 2 and hopes to bring new success to the program.
As a result of the Jan. 6 snow day, Principal Joan Benz made a decision to push exams back one day. Instead of exams starting Monday, Jan. 12, they will now start Tuesday, Jan. 13.
According to the MCPS Public Information Office, Marty Creel, the Director of the Department of Curriculum and Instruction,... READ MORE »»
The senior class gathered in the CHS gym Dec. 22 to watch and support the girls and boys basketball games as a way to boost school spirit and support the Bulldogs.
Since the beginning of the year, the SGA has been trying to raise school spirit after a reported decline throughout the school. Through... READ MORE »»
Seniors Erik Johnson, Justin Spivack and Chris Hallock all support the boys basketball team on Dec. 23.
From an increased dependency on technology to a student population that is growing by thousands each year, in the three years since Joshua Starr became Superintendent of MCPS, he and the rest of MCPS leadership have adapted quickly to the ever-evolving conditions of the largest school system in Maryland.
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Superintendent Joshua Starr requested an additional $220.8 million be added to the county’s school construction budget.