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MCPS wants to provide mental health services to combat impact of COVID-19

District seeking $250K to get outside agencies to help students

MCPS taking ‘deep look into the culture’ of schools after hundreds of sexual allegations

Smith pledges to thoroughly investigate all ‘viable reports’

Arcola, Nix elementary schools will begin classes remotely Monday

Schools will gradually build up to full schedules

MCPS to review its awards to ensure names ‘reflect the values of the system’

Community members have raised concern about Marian Greenblatt Teacher of the Year honor

County attorneys in Seneca Valley rape case say defendants can’t be sued for more than $400,000

A member of 2018 JV football team is suing, alleging he was raped in unsupervised locker room

MCPS considering part-time in-person or full-time remote classes in fall

Some in-person summer programs will be offered in July, August

Thousands call for system to keep sex assault victims, attackers in separate classes

Churchill senior’s petition has 11,000 signatures after recent wave of allegations

Katherine Johnson, Odessa Shannon proposed for renamed Lee Middle School

Montgomery County slave Josiah Henson is third choice; decision expected by November

School board extends teachers union’s contract to continue negotiations

With one-month delay, contract now set to end July 31

School board ‘enraged and saddened’ by districtwide sexual assault allegations

Board briefly addresses allegations during Monday’s meeting

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