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About Montgomery Central

Montgomery Central's mission is to help at-risk students become successful at home, at school, and in the community.  The student community is comprised of 50 students in grades 8-12.  Students enjoy a more flexible environment because they pledge to accept additional responsibilities and meet high expectations.  The students who attend Montgomery Central commit to learning problem-solving, goal setting, and cooperative work skills.  Students also commit to improving academic performance and participating in school activities to improve self-confidence.  Montgomery Central's low teacher/student ratio, emphasis on personal responsibility, participation in academic and high-adventure field trips, and family-like atmosphere make such growth possible.

Recent News
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MCPS to Offer Flu Vaccines for Students
09/22/2017
MCPS has partnered with the New River Health District to provide free flu vaccinations to students at all schools. Vaccination clinics are scheduled between October 13 and October 27 and dates vary by school
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Miear Recognized for Communication Efforts
09/20/2017
Montgomery County Public Schools Superintendent Mark Miear has transformed the communication culture in MCPS through an innovative social media approach and relationship building activities throughout the district. To recognize his achievement, Miear was named a Superintendent to Watch by the National School Public Relations Association. The award recognizes superintendents who possess dynamic, fast-paced leadership with strong communication at its core.
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MCPS Recognized in Virginia Index of Performance Awards
09/07/2017
Montgomery County Public Schools, along with eight schools in the division, were recognized by the Virginia Department of Education in the Virginia Index of Performance (VIP) Incentive Program.
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Cromer Support Staff Employee of the Year
Rhonda Cromer Selected as Support Staff Employee of the Year
05/22/2017
Rhonda Cromer, administrative assistant at Gilbert Linkous Elementary School, was named MCPS Support Staff Employee of the Year. Cromer has worked with MCPS for 20 years.
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