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Prince George's County Public Schools Reward Students

Prince George's County Public Schools will reward 20 honor roll students with an awards program on Wednesday, June 1st at The Mall at Prince Georges. The Scholar Dollar Program was created in 2006 through a joint effort of Prince George’s County Government Office of the County Executive and Prince George’s County Public Schools to reward students for academic excellence.

Throughout every school year, the program provides awards and special discounts and incentives to students who earn a 3.0 GPA, Honor Roll, or other significant achievement status at each report card period. To date, almost 900,000 PGCPS students have been rewarded through the Scholar Dollar program. At the end of each school year a number of students are honored with gift cards and airline tickets during an awards ceremony.

Board of Education Honors Student and Staff Achievement

 

This event comes to us from the PGCPS Office of Communications:

Tonight, May 17, at 6:30 p.m., the Prince George's County Board of Education will host their Board Awards Program event at Dr. Henry A. Wise, Jr. High School Auditorium in Upper Marlboro.

More than 150 students and staff from Prince George's County Public Schools will be honored at the last Board Awards Program for the 2010-2011 school year. Each recipient will receive a certificate of recognition for his or her outstanding achievements.

Among the recipients who will be recognized will include the Class of 2011 Valedictorians and Salutatorians; 2011 National Achievement Scholarship Winners; 2011 Prince George's County Teacher of the Year; 2011 Washington Post Distinguished Educational Leadership Award Winner; and many more.

PGCPS News Flash: May 9-14

PGCPS News Flash: May 9-14

This list of events comes to us from the Prince George's County Public School system:

Tomorrow: Annual Youth Summit On Technology!

Tomorrow: Annual Youth Summit On Technology!

 Date:      Saturday, May 7, 2011 

Time:     7:30am-4pm
Where:  Charles H. Flowers High School

                10001 Ardwick-Ardmore Road

                Springdale, MD  20774


The 14th Annual Youth Summit on Technology is sponsored by the Patriots and Chairman and co-partner Prince George’s County Executive Rushern Baker.   Mr. Baker will also be the keynote speaker at our luncheon activity and will emcee the Patro-Tech Game Show/Social Media Jeopardy. 

Morning Sessions:

Breakfast In The Classroom Initiative Serves Up Academic And Health Gains

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PGCPS Hosts 25th Celebration to Announce the Prince George's County Teacher of the Year

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Five PGCPS Staff Nominated For National Award

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