Snow is on the way for the New River Valley, and Montgomery County Public Schools Big Tweeter Mark Miear posted a helpful infographic of how MCPS reviews conditions, and determines school closures. I thought I’d post it here – I don’t have any details on other counties in the region, but I have to imagine they follow similar protocols. Dr. Miear’s – who’s a great follow on Twitter, he routinely engages with students and teachers – post even got a musical response from a sister duo …
Raise the real estate tax in Montgomery County $1.5 cents in order to better fund school safety? It's being proposed.
Did you know that the Montgomery County School Board meetings are recorded and posted online? If you aren’t able to make the public meetings, this is a great way to watch and get caught up on the issues you’re interested in. The most recent meeting, on October 2nd, is posted below, but all of them can be found by visiting their YouTube link here.
I’m admittedly behind on this, but I’m certain many of you are not. By now you’ve probably read that Montgomery County supervisors are considering an increase of $.21 in the real estate tax rate.
As a real estate agent, I get asked all the time “how are the schools?”. My standard answer is always that I don’t have kids so I can’t say for sure, and that they should investigate on their own.
David Catalano, co-founder of Modea, talks about the Old Blacksburg Middle School site (sorta) …
As we head into the last half of the grade school year, you might need information about your child’s upcoming school year. Here’s how to contact the local schools in Blacksburg, VA – thanks to education.com for the data.
As we head into the last half of the grade school year, you might need information about your child’s upcoming school year. Here’s how to contact the local schools in Radford, VA – thanks to education.com for the data.