Georgia's First Lady, Sandra Deal, visited Montgomery County Elementary School on Friday, April 26th. Mrs. Deal was at the school as a part of a tour of elementary schools across the state to emphasize her belief that reading is the most important thing that students can learn. "The governor and I believe that learning to read is most important to your future education," she said. She read the book Who I'd Like To Be by Georgia author Elizabeth Brown. The books were provided to Mrs. Deal for distribution on her tour by AT&T. Pictured are Superintendent Randy Rodgers, Mrs. Deal, MCES Principal Brittany Dean, and MCS Board Member Charlie Robison.
The next regular meeting of the Montgomery County Board of Education is Monday, May 20, 2013 at 7:00 PM. The meeting will be held at 703 Dobbins Street in Mount Vernon. Please see AGENDA here.
Montgomery Co. FFA students shine at competitions. See story HERE.
Flexibility Options Presentation HERE...- This is a slide presentation as presented by Louis Erste, Charter Schools Division of the Georgia Department of Education. This presentation was made at the monthly meeting of the Montgomery County Board of Education, February 18th.
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Montgomery County High School Juniors excel on Georgia High School Writing Test (GHSWT)... CLICK HERE
Georgia BOE commends Montgomery County Board... CLICK HERE.
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