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Monday, November 16, 2020 Edition 5
A Message from Dr. Terry Alban
One of the joys of serving as Superintendent is seeing how students are learning. I have always admired the innovative and inspiring ways teachers keep their classrooms moving forward. For example, I recently watched Middletown Primary School’s Lauren Stevenson combine movement and American sign language during a virtual lesson. Her young students joined her in performing a happy autumn song.
It was a perfect lesson for this time of year. As the leaves fall and we prepare for a time of giving thanks, there is no better time for American Education Week, an annual celebration of all of the excellent work being done in classrooms.
American Education Week is November 16-20. You can participate in several ways:
A little kindness goes a long way, especially near the conclusion of such a difficult year. We still face many tough challenges, but I know our community will overcome them. Here is a look back at what we have accomplished together so far: FCPS Celebrates American Education Week
BOE Approves Hybrid Model for 2nd Semester and Passes Return to Play Schedule
Videos: Safe Schools--Ventilation and More
Tweet of the Week: Small Group Instruction with Liz O'Neal at Frederick High
Maryland Department of Health Coronavirus Dashboard
- Schools Data
MD COVID Alert Service
Superintendent's Off the Cuff Blog: The Power of Listening
Follow Superintendent Alban on Twitter
In a Minute: Desks by Dads, Donation Drives and More
Veterans Day Slide Show, Program, Service Award and Blog: Sacrifice
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