The MCPS app, MCPS Mobile, is available for download on Android and Apple.
Online application for Free & Reduced Lunch.
Through a community planning process, the School Board has adopted a new motto - "Engage, Encourage, Empower" and has adopted a new Six Year Plan.
Add money to your child's lunch account online.
Access your child's grades online.
Safety and security measures in MCPS.
Upcoming meeting information for the Montgomery County School Board.
Gilbert Linkous Elementary School was named a National Blue Ribbon School for 2014. The award recognizes excellence in academics.
All schools in Montgomery County participated in a lockdown drill beginning at 9:15 a.m. on Sept. 24.
Fourteen schools in Montgomery County will receive full accreditation by the state, as indicated by 2013-2014 testing scores. Eastern Montgomery High School and Auburn High School have moved to fully accredited status.
Each year, the division sets aside one week to specifically highlight character education activities. This annual event is called Winning Choices Week and this year's events will begin on September 15.
Montgomery County Public Schools launched an official mobile app titled MCPS Mobile. The app is designed to enable parents, students and community members to easily access the information that they need and to stay informed on important issues.
Families who meet federal income guidelines can apply for free or reduced price meals for students.
“Engage, Encourage, Empower” is the new motto for Montgomery County Public Schools. The motto, along with updated mission and vision statements, was adopted after the community-oriented six year planning process.
Jason Garretson is recommended as principal at Christiansburg Middle School. Garretson will begin his new duties immediately, and will officially be appointed by the school board on August 5.
Independence Secondary School and Rivendell will move to the lower building at Old Christiansburg Middle School.
Tina Sarver, special education aide at Eastern Montgomery High School, was announced as the Montgomery County Public Schools 2014 Support Staff Employee of the Year.
Patricia Nelson, Ed.D., was named the Director of Special Education for Montgomery County Public Schools at the May 20 School Board meeting.
Three Montgomery County schools were recognized by the Virginia Department of Education in the Virginia Index of Performance (VIP) Incentive Program.
Glen Chilcote, music teacher at Kipps Elementary School, was announced as the Montgomery County Public Schools 2014 Teacher of the Year.