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    CTE Prepares Students for STEM Careers

    February 14, 2019

    Did you know today's Career and Technical Education (CTE) encompasses more than skilled trades? High school programs like Project Lead the Way are preparing students to pursue high-demand careers in science, technology, engineering and math!



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    Unified: Sports Builds Community Among Students With Differences

    February 7, 2019

    Student-athletes Luke Swindler and Jordan Riley are the epitome of team players. They recently led the Friendly High School bocce team to a County championship. And next week, they will take on Capitol Hill to advocate for federal funding for students with disabilities as part of the state's 2019 Special Olympics Advocacy Day team.



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    Croom High School Cultivates Green Careers

    February 1, 2019

    February is Career and Technical Education (CTE) Month! Discover how we are preparing students with skills and real-world experiences to pursue high-demand and high-wage careers. 
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    Video Production Skills Land Student PBS Fellowship

    January 31, 2019

    Surrattsville High School senior Jashaun Munson is among five Washington D.C. metro students selected for the PBS NewsHour Student Reporting Labs Homegrown Fellowship! Munson will work as a camera operator and editor in the production of a news segment for Opportunity in America, a PBS series premiering this spring.
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    Bowie Center for the Performing Arts Expands Repertoire to Attract New Audiences

    January 30, 2019

    The PGCPS-funded Bowie Center for the Performing Arts is known by many as a theater mostly serving the schools. But did you know The Center is a professional state-of-the-art theater and backdrop to an outstanding lineup of productions?
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    Meet Newly Appointed Board Member Sandra Shephard

    January 29, 2019

    Prince George’s County Executive Angela Alsobrooks this month appointed Sandra Shephard, Managing Director at the Prince George's County Latin American Youth Center, to the vacant seat on the Prince George’s County Board of Education.  
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    UMD Brings the Fanfare to Notify Students They are #NowATerp

    January 23, 2019

    The University of Maryland is making much ado about matriculating. Several college-bound seniors recently received news they would soon become Terps — in a most exciting way!
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    Scholar of the Week: Frederick Douglass HS Student Kierra Hughes

    January 22, 2019

    Scholar of the Week recognizes outstanding students with exemplary academic performance and contributions to their schools and community. This week, meet Frederick Douglass High School senior Kierra Hughes, an International Baccalaureate student who excels inside and outside of the classroom!


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    Rethinking Student Discipline Policies

    January 15, 2019

    In a new Washington Post op-ed, Interim CEO Dr. Monica Goldson discusses the school system's plans to rethink discipline policies by training more professional school counselors, teachers and administrators to provide direct services for families.
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    Schools Honored for Talented and Gifted Education + 2019 TAG Lottery Now Open!

    January 3, 2019

    Five elementary schools are kicking off the new year with praise from the Maryland State Department of Education for excellence in gifted and talented education! Our 2019-2020 Talented and Gifted (TAG) program lottery is open now through March 12.
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    Scholar of the Week: Oxon Hill HS Student Sulaman Shah

    December 17, 2018

    Scholar of the Week recognizes outstanding students with exemplary academic performance and contributions to their schools and community. This week, meet Oxon Hill High School senior Sulaman Shah, a Science and Technology star who aspires to impact the world through science and service.


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    New Exhibit Features 3D Student Art

    December 7, 2018

    First of its kind, "Exploring the Realm of 3D Art" showcases ceramics and sculptures crafted by K-12 students at Bowie Center for the Performing Arts!
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    Dr. Alvin Thornton Appointed Board of Education Chair

    December 6, 2018

    Nationally-recognized expert on school funding and educational equity Dr. Alvin Thornton will serve as Chair of the Prince George's County Board of Education. Thornton was appointed to serve a four-year term.
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    Gwynn Park HS Students Top Congressional App Challenge

    December 6, 2018

    For the second year in a row, Gwynn Park High School students took top honors in the Congressional App Challenge for the Fifth District, hosted by Congressman Steny Hoyer!
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    Scholar of the Week: Suitland HS Senior Destiny Brevard

    November 28, 2018

    Scholar of the Week recognizes outstanding students with exemplary academic performance and service to their schools and community. This week, find out how Suitland High senior Destiny Brevard’s plans for the future honor her family while also blazing her own path!


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    Season of Giving: 5 Ways to Support the Excellence in Education Foundation for PGCPS

    November 26, 2018

    Looking to make a difference this holiday season? Join us to support the Excellence in Education Foundation for PGCPS, which each year awards hundreds of thousands in scholarship dollars to deserving students! Every bit counts. Here are five ways to donate!
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    Robert R. Gray Elementary Dishes Thanksgiving Spirit!

    November 21, 2018

    The team at Robert R. Gray Elementary School in Capitol Heights got a head start on the holiday season with their 5th Annual Thanksgiving Luncheon! Students and parents were treated to an early feast and received essentials to help throughout the season.
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    International High School Recognized for Innovative Learning Community

    November 19, 2018

    Our International High School at Langley Park is designed to address the needs of and improve graduation rates for English-language learners. It was recently featured as one of four 'innovation' high schools nationwide for its unique approach to preparing students for college and career within a local context!
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    P-TECH Students Meet Their Match!

    November 15, 2018

    Mentorship is integral to P-TECH at Frederick Douglass High School. At the 2018 Mentor Match ceremony, 60 freshman were paired with industry professionals to embark on their early college journey!
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    Giving Tuesday: Excellence in Education Foundation

    November 13, 2018

    After Black Friday and Cyber Monday is Giving Tuesday! Join us on Nov. 27 to support the Excellence in Education Foundation for PGCPS, which each year awards hundreds of thousands in scholarship dollars to deserving students!

     


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    Scholar of the Week: Wise HS Student Tamara Bethea

    November 12, 2018

    Scholar of the Week recognizes outstanding students with exemplary academic performance and service to their schools and community. This week, find out why Dr. Henry A. Wise Jr. High School senior Tamara Bathea is an all-around standout!


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    Tips for an A+ Parent-Teacher Conference!

    November 9, 2018

    The end of the first quarter is here. That means parent-teacher conferences are near! Check out our parent tips on how to make the most of one-on-one teacher check-ins!
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    Have No Fear, the Math Coaches Are Here!

    November 1, 2018

    Live math homework help show Count on Us returns November 7! Here’s everything you need to know.
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    Giving Season: Community Helps Students Bundle Up!

    October 31, 2018

    With cold weather on the way, community partners and volunteers are doing their part to ensure students have warm attire for the season. Read about special visitors two elementary schools welcomed this week and how they spread kindness!
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    Scholar of the Week: Eleanor Roosevelt HS Student Daelyn Waters

    October 30, 2018

    Scholar of the Week recognizes outstanding students with exemplary academic performance and service to their schools and community.

    This week, find out why Eleanor Roosevelt High School's Daelyn Waters is a triple threat!




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    Celebrating Red Ribbon Week!

    October 29, 2018

    Did you know drug overdoses killed more Americans last year than gun violence or vehicle crashes?

    Students and staff across the school system are underlining the importance of a drug-free lifestyle for Red Ribbon Week, the nation’s oldest and largest drug prevention awareness campaign.


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    High School Nation Helps Advance Music and Arts Programs

    October 26, 2018

    Please don't stop the music! The High School Nation pop-up music festival is in town and made stops at several high schools to promote and support music and arts programs.
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    In Loco Parentis: The Role of School Bus Attendants

    October 25, 2018

    On school buses serving children with special needs, school bus attendants are one half of the transportation team and play a critical role in safety, care and efficiency. Meet attendant Linda Charles-Lynch, and find out why she believes love and kindness is the most powerful form of authority.



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    Scholars of the Week: Bowie HS Twins Mikaila and Alexis Esuke

    October 23, 2018

    Scholar of the Week recognizes outstanding students with exemplary academic performance and service to their schools and community.

    This week, meet Bowie High School twin sisters Mikaila and Alexis Esuke who are alike in both appearance and excellence!



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    More than a Driver: What a 30-Year School Bus Driver Wants You to Know

    October 22, 2018

    They are the first and last faces many families see each day, responsible for transporting more than 85,000 students safely to and from school. They are our school bus drivers and attendants. It’s a big job — one that PGCPS veteran bus driver Pat Bell wants you to know entails more than may meet the eye.
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    National School Bus Safety Week: By-the-Numbers

    October 21, 2018

    For National School Bus Safety Week we are recognizing the nearly 2,000 PGCPS school bus drivers and attendants for the role they play in ensuring student safety. Check out a few school system transportation quick facts!





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    Inside High School Programs: 3D Scholars

    October 19, 2018

    Now in its second year, the 3D Scholars Program at Charles H. Flowers High School is the first of its kind to offer students an affordable and direct pathway to a bachelor’s degree, beginning with dual enrollment in high school. Learn more about this forward-thinking partnership between PGCPS, Prince George's Community College and University of Maryland University College!
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    University Park Elementary Shows Compassion

    October 17, 2018

    University Park Elementary School students are practicing a critical lesson: the importance of helping those in need. In the wake of Hurricane Florence, which recently ravaged parts of North Carolina, University Park launched a schoolwide contest to collect supplies for schools that were destroyed or damaged by the storm. In badly damaged schools, teachers have to resupply classrooms.


     


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    Scholar of the Week: Crossland HS Student Medossa Madamesila

    October 15, 2018

    Scholar of the Week recognizes outstanding students with exemplary academic performance and contributions to their schools and community.

    This week, meet Medossa Madamesila, an International Baccalaureate scholar athlete at Crossland High School.



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    Deadline Extended! Apply Now for High School Specialty Programs

    October 11, 2018

    Parents of eighth-graders and high school students should note this year’s earlier application deadline for specialty programs. PGCPS has extended the deadline and will accept applications through December 14. All applications will be submitted online this year.

    View a list of high school specialty programs, eligibility criteria and applications here.



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    Men Make a Difference!

    October 10, 2018

    Schools recently welcomed dads, grandads and special guests into the classroom for the annual Men Make a Difference Day! Morning greetings and high-fives, father-student relays and student-led presentations were just a few ways school showed their appreciation.

    View photos from our school celebrations!



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    Scholar of the Week: Largo HS Senior Christian Magruder

    October 9, 2018

    The Scholar of the Week feature recognizes outstanding students with exemplary academic performance and contributions to their schools and community.

    This week, meet Christian Magruder, an honors student at Largo High School who Principal Afie Mirshah-Nayar describes as showing integrity and leadership in addition to a strong academic record!




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    Conversations on Culture: First-Year Teacher Seeks to Energize Language Learning

    October 4, 2018

    Our Hispanic Heritage Month series continues! Learn how Dwight D. Eisenhower Middle School teacher Evelyn Abatangelo decided to turn her career as a juvenile probation officer into mentoring students towards success!
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    Scholar of the Week: Charles H. Flowers HS Senior Janiya Brooks

    October 2, 2018

    Charles H. Flowers High School senior Janiya Brooks is our Scholar of the WeekScholar of the Week highlights outstanding students with exemplary academic performance and contributions to their schools and community.


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    JA Finance Park Makes Dollars Make Sense for Students

    October 1, 2018

    By Gina M. Byrd, M. Ed., Peer Assistance and Review Consulting Teacher

    A partnership between Junior Achievement of Greater Washington, PGCPS and Capital One, JA Finance Park is a “hidden jewel” right here in Prince George’s County where every eighth-grade student receives digital financial literacy training on making real-life financial decisions that will lay the foundation for how they approach their financial responsibilities in the future. Topics covered for eighth graders include income, credit and debit, budgeting, saving, and investing and risk management.



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    Conversations on Culture: Q&A with Laura Guzman, Dual Language Program Coordinator at Capitol Heights ES

    September 28, 2018

    Meet Laura Guzman, Coordinator for the dual language program  at Capitol Heights Elementary School (CHES). Learn about how Ms. Guzman landed in the right place at the right time to put her expertise and love of diversity to work at CHES— a school with a quickly diversifying student body in a predominantly African American community.



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    Conversations on Culture: Q&A with Lucy Berna, Parent Engagement Assistant

    September 26, 2018

    Hispanic Heritage Month kicks off our Conversations on Culture series. Lucy Berna is a well-known fixture in the Calverton Elementary School community as one of the school system’s 85-strong team of Parent Engagement Assistants (PEAs) who work to increase family involvement, particularly within the Latino community.

    Learn more about why Berna believes engaged parents are key to successful students and how her work in parent involvement has helped her fulfill both a personal and professional mission.


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    Parenting Tips: 5 Healthy Habits for Student Success

    September 24, 2018

    By Dr. Zaneta Clarke, Samuel P. Massie Academy Physical Education Teacher

    A healthy diet is one of the best ways you can prepare your child to do their very best in the classroom. Set the tone for a successful year with these back-to-school health and wellness tips!

    1.Start each day with breakfast, even if it’s small!  A piece of fruit and a glass of milk is enough to kickstart the body and maintain energy throughout the day.  
    2.Stay hydrated by drinking plenty of water. Children can become dehydrated from excess sweating and illness. Limit soda and sweetened beverages and make H20 the beverage of choice.
    3.Get kids involved in meal planning and prep. Let them select fruits and vegetables for the week’s meals. Allow children to help you regularly with small tasks such as washing produce and mixing ingredients.    


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    Conversations on Culture: Evolving to Serve a Growing Hispanic Student Community

    September 20, 2018

    As the school system’s Diversity Recruitment Executive Coordinator, Tomas Rivera-Figueroa oversees the recruitment and hiring of Latino educators to serve our fast-growing Hispanic population – work that comes full circle with his own children’s success.


    Hispanics compose 17 percent of Prince George’s County residents, yet make up 32 percent of PGCPS students, representing the school system’s fastest-growing demographic. With average growth of 1.5 percent annually, PGCPS could be a majority Latino school system within a decade if current trends hold.

     


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    Celebrating Hispanic Heritage: César Chávez Dual Spanish Immersion School Principal Dr. Anna Santiago Addis is in her seventh year as an administrator and second year with Prince George’s County Public Schools (PGCPS). Prior to joining PGCPS, she was a middle school principal in New Mexico.

    Conversations on Culture: Q&A with César Chávez Dual Spanish Immersion School Principal Dr. Anna Santiago Addis

    September 17, 2018

    Hispanic Heritage Month kicks off our Conversations on Culture series. César Chávez Dual Spanish Immersion School Principal Dr. Anna Santiago Addis has a passion for helping students maximize their potential. Learn what brought the West Texas native to PGCPS and how she seeks to empower students and staff through education, social justice and leadership.
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    Every Day Counts! Celebrating Attendance Awareness Month

    September 12, 2018

    September is Attendance Awareness Month! With the school year underway, it’s important that students are in class every day, ready to learn. When children don’t show up for school regularly, they miss out on critical classroom instruction. Research shows children who were chronically absent in kindergarten and first grade were less likely to read proficiently at the end of third grade. And absences add up! Just two days out of school a month (about 18 days a year) adds up to 10 percent of the school year missed!

    Here are steps your family can take to keep school absences at a minimum:

    1. Ensure your student has required immunizations on the first day of school.

    3. Don’t permit missing school unless your child has a contagious illness.

    4. Avoid medical appointments on school days when possible.

    5. Avoid vacations and extended trips when school is in session.

    6. Discuss the link between chronic absence and school success with older children.

    Learn more about the long-term negative effects of #ChronicAbsence.


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    Top Tips: Make the Most of Back-to-School Night!

    September 10, 2018

    The first few weeks of school can be fast-paced, but don’t forget about back-to-school night! It’s an opportunity to meet and greet school leaders and teachers while learning about expectations and resources. It also sends a message to your child that you will have a present and active role in their education. Let Back-to-School Night be the first step in establishing a strong home and school partnership this year. 

    1. Determine the most effective way to communicate with your child’s teacher(s). Teacher policies and communication tools will vary. Find out if any communication apps (e.g. Bloomz, ClassDojo) will be used and subscribe to all of them.

    2. Volunteer with parent groups, such as the PTA/PTO. Don’t let the thought of meetings deter you! Your support for school events is needed most.

    3. Take notes and ask questions! Be sure that you understand teacher grading policies.  

    4. Planning to volunteer or chaperone class field trips? Learn how to become an approved volunteer. Even better: Get approvals in advance, make copies and deliver to your school’s front office and your child’s teacher at the event.

    5.  Build on past experiences! If you have experienced challenges in the past as a parent partner, get answers to questions early to move forward positively!


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    Introducing Dr. Goldson

    September 5, 2018

    PGCPS begins the 2018-19 academic year with new leadership. Learn more about Interim Chief Executive Officer Dr. Monica Goldson, her journey and mission to restore #PGCPSPride.

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    #PGCPS1stDay: New Leadership and Programs in Focus

    September 5, 2018

    Interim CEO Dr. Monica Goldson kicked off the 2018-19 school year with an assist from local leaders on #PGCPS1stDay.

    U.S. Sen. Chris Van Hollen, County Executive Rushern Baker and State’s Attorney Angela Alsobrooks joined Dr. Goldson in taking an up-close look at our new investments and programs.

    Highlights include the new Tulip Grove Elementary — a $26 million major renovation and addition featuring geothermal heating, natural light and industry-leading design; a backpack giveaway at Columbia Park Elementary School; a student-led tour of innovative programs at Parkdale High School; and lunch at Dr. Henry A. Wise High School, where Dr. Goldson was founding principal.

    Other back-to-school highlights: $3 million in new smart boards, iPads and other technology, more than $1 million shifted from the central office to the schools and 20 additional schools to incorporate arts integration.

    PGCPS also launched a new school bus tracking app that provides families with bus location and estimated time of arrival, as well as a Youth Apprenticeship Program designed to provide high school career academy students real-world experience in carpentry, plumbing and other fields.

    View photos from #PGCPS1stDay.


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    It’s the most wonderful time of the year — the first day of school!

    September 4, 2018

    Day One of the 2018-19 school year is bursting with excitement over new programs, new leadership, new opportunities — and for Tulip Grove Elementary, a new building. Follow us all day on social media (@pgcps) and look for the #PGCPS1stDay hashtag!

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    Show Us Your #PGCPS1stDay!

    September 1, 2018

    The first day of school is Tuesday, September 4. We want to see your #PGCPS1stDay! Download and print a back-to-school sign, snap a photo and be sure to tag us on Twitter or Facebook so that we can see and share your first day with the PGCPS community!

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    Eleanor Roosevelt HS Student Attends Prestigious Princeton University Program

    August 31, 2018

    Eleanor Roosevelt High junior Jeremy Mejia spent three weeks at Princeton University this summer learning more about Artificial Intelligence through the Princeton AI4ALL program, hosted by the Princeton Computer Science Department and the Center for Information Technology Policy.

    Meija was one of 32 students nationwide — and the only one from Maryland — to participate. The program introduced students to key AI concepts, including the Python programming language — skills that can take an entire college semester to learn.

    “Princeton AI4ALL allowed me to gain a taste of college life,” said Mejia. “I made lifelong friends with people from different parts of the country and even from around the world.”

    Applications for the 2019 AI4ALL open February 19

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    Capitol Heights Elementary Student’s Alter Ego: Food Critic

    August 30, 2018

    "One day I was watching the Food Network and critiquing them from home, and I said, ‘Why can't I do this in real life?’" That’s the moment Capitol Heights Elementary sixth-grader Lavender Petty was inspired to launch the “5 Foot Critic,” her blog critiquing DC-area restaurants. Watch the WUSA9 feature on the young foodie!
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    Mentors Needed for Frederick Douglass HS P-TECH Students

    August 30, 2018

    Mentors are needed for students at Frederick Douglass High School participating in the Pathways in Technology Early College High School (P-TECH) program.

    The program offers students the opportunity to earn an Associate Degree in Health Information Management or Hospitality Services Management, mentoring, internships and free college-level instruction in preparation for tech industry jobs.

    Mentors meet monthly with a cohort of incoming freshmen and second-year students through June. Learn more and sign up!


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    Back-to-School Block Party: Getting Ready for #PGCPS1stDay!

    August 27, 2018

    Thousands of students, families and volunteers attended the annual Back-to-School Block Party at Prince George’s Stadium to meet, greet and get #PGCPS1stDayReady! The “unofficial kickoff” to the new school year also marked the end of the #PGCPS15KBackpacks campaign, which collected 15,000 backpacks and school supplies from staff, community, businesses and sponsors.

    Interim CEO Monica Goldson mingled with attendees and distributed backpacks, joined by Board Vice Chair Carolyn Boston and Board Members Raaheela Ahmed and Curtis Valentine. County Executive Rushern L. Baker III and State’s Attorney Angela Alsobrooks were among the elected officials in attendance. 

     Backpacks and supplies will be donated to Title 1 schools and community organizations throughout September.

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    News You Can Use: Introducing Inside PGCPS

    August 26, 2018

    Welcome to our new blog! Inside PGCPS will bring you the stories and voices of our students, staff members and schools. You’ll find timely news, information and tips to keep you in the know. We hope you will visit often and share the good news.

    Together, let’s celebrate the many reasons we are #PGCPSProud!

    Interested in contributing? Contact communications@pgcps.org and include Inside PGCPS in the subject line.

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