Updated on 5/15/15 - New School Start Times will go into effect for the 2016-17 school year. Visit this page for more information on the implementation process.
Online application for Free & Reduced Lunch.
The MCPS app, MCPS Mobile, is available for download on Android and Apple.
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.
Safety and security measures in MCPS.
The MCPS Communications Department received an Award of Excellence from the National School Public Relations Association for the branding/image campaign surrounding the new mission, vision and motto for the school division.
Beginning on June 22, MCPS alternative education programs will be housed at Montgomery Central – a new, unified school that combines the previous Rivendell, Independence Secondary and Phoenix programs.
Drivers for the MCPS Transportation Department earned the top award in each of three competition categories at the Virginia Bus Safety Road-E-O – sweeping the bus driver awards for the Commonwealth.
Meggan Marshall will transfer to the assistant principal position at Blacksburg High School, pending school board approval. She has been the principal at Harding Avenue Elementary School since 2007.
Amanda Weidner was named principal at Blacksburg Middle School today, pending school board approval. She has been the assistant principal at Blacksburg High School since 2009.
Carol Slonka was announced as the principal at Gilbert Linkous Elementary School today, pending school board approval. She has been the assistant principal at Montclair Elementary School in Manassas since 2012.
The Spring 2015 edition of the MCPS Community Newsletter is now available.
Four Montgomery County schools were recognized by the Virginia Department of Education in the Virginia Index of Performance (VIP) Incentive Program.
Senior activities for all Montgomery County high schools for 2015 can be found here.
The Montgomery County School Board has approved the recommendation to change school start times for the division beginning with the 16-17 school year.
Domenic Saia was named principal at Price’s Fork Elementary School on May 5. He will begin his new post on July 1.
Brenda Blackburn, superintendent for Montgomery County Public Schools, announced her resignation today, effective October 1, 2015.
Eddie Walters, coordinator of transportation, is the 2015-16 Support Staff Employee of the Year for MCPS. .
Cindy Rosenbaum, fourth grade teacher at Kipps Elementary School, was announced as the 2016 Teacher of the Year for Montgomery County Public Schools.
MCPS superintendent Brenda Blackburn recommended to change school start times for the division beginning in 2016-2017.
The last day of school for the 2014-2015 school year will be May 29, 2015.
MCPS is transitioning to a new online application system for employment, Recruit & Hire. Applicants who wish to be considered for new positions must create a Recruit & Hire account.
Graduation dates for all Montgomery County high schools for 2015 will be held on the weekend of May 23, 2015.