Education Matters: Montgomery County School (July 2024)

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Dear Students and Families,

As we head into the final weeks of summer break, I hope you’ve had a blast making memories as a family, trying new things, and, most of all, having fun! Whether you’ve been participating in our summer enrichment programs, attending a local youth camp, or simply spending quality time together, I hope these moments have brought joy and happiness to your household.

As you’ve been exploring new interests and passions, I hope you’ve also found time to unwind, recharge, and enjoy the warm summer days. Our summer enrichment programs have been a huge success, offering hands-on activities, subject exploration, and opportunities to make new friends. Our community youth camps have also been a hit, providing a safe and fun environment for kids to grow and develop their interests.

I want to take a moment to express my heartfelt gratitude to our incredible educators, volunteers, and community leaders who have been working to make this summer an unforgettable experience for our students. Your tireless efforts and commitment have given our students a memorable summer that they’ll cherish for years to come.

As we count the days until the start of the new school year, I want to remind everyone to make the most of every moment. Take time to rest, re-fuel, and have fun, but also get pumped for the upcoming school year! Our teachers, staff, and community leaders have been working hard behind the scenes to ensure that our schools are ready for another year of growth and success.

Before we know it, we’ll be back in school, working together to make the 2024-2025 school year unforgettable.

To kick things off, we’re excited to announce our annual FREE MPS Back to School Bash, which will take place on Saturday, August 3, at Garrett Coliseum. Mark your calendars for an afternoon of fun, games, and community-building!

Stay safe, stay cool, and let’s make the most of these final weeks of summer! We can’t wait to see you all in the fall.

Melvin J. Brown, Ed.D., is the superintendent of Montgomery Public Schools and previously served as superintendent of Reynoldsburg City Schools in Ohio. He has 24 years of school administrative experience.

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