Lindsay A. Powers
Lindsay A. Powers


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  • October 29, 2014

    In the Halloween edition of the roundup, Superintendent Joshua P. Starr announced his request for more school construction money, some Montgomery parents are hoping for successful legislation regarding special education disputes, and Thomas Edison High School of Technology is looking for more students and a perception change....

  • October 22, 2014

    Are you curious what a Montgomery County school would do if a student was suspected of having Ebola? Want to learn about a possible study that would look at how the school system might add space at four high schools? How about which chemical additives will be missing from cafeteria foods in the future? Are you tired of reading questions? Then we’ve got the story list for you this week:...

  • October 10, 2014

    A new report describes the demographic makeup of professional staff members in county schools, SAT results are in for the class of 2014, and some kindergartners are getting an early introduction to college....

  • October 1, 2014

    Some Montgomery groups have joined a coalition’s call against cell towers at schools; Montgomery educators are mostly white, unlike the student population; and the county’s Board of Education candidates met in a forum to share their views with voters. Here’s your reading list for this week:...

  • September 17, 2014

    Curious about what a school resource officer does? Did you know the county school system can no longer get a state waiver for a student immunization deadline? Have you heard about the Achieving Collegiate Excellence and Success program? Check out our stories this week:...

  • September 12, 2014

    The Olney community continues to mourn a student lost in a car crash, a boy with asthma is now being bused to school after his mother took action against the school system and the county’s NAACP Youth Council wants help for students who face busy roadways and public bus fees....

  • September 3, 2014

    A Sherwood High School student is mourned by his community, at least 12 county students have confirmed or suspected whooping cough, and a group of ninth graders are starting a program with the goal to earn an associate’s degree in the next four or five years....

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