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Advocates for free school breakfast programs say student achievement is linked to the availability of breakfast in schools.
The Montgomery County Board of Education meets regularly in Rockville.
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Gov. Martin O’Malley, Montgomery County Executive Isiah Leggett and MCPS Superintendent Joshua P. Starr spoke at the launch event at Benjamin Banneker Middle School last week.
Takoma Park Middle places second in the national competition.
Alix Medor of Northwood High School in Silver Spring was recognized as the Patricia Behring High School History Day Teacher of the Year for Maryland.
Reconstruction work on the school begins this summer
"Students are the largest stakeholders, but we are noticeably underrepresented in making critical decisions" in the school system, said Justin Kim, 18, of Gaithersburg.
Students are eager to come back and take home next year’s first-place trophy, according to the report.
Seven Montgomery County schools included in the Top 10
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