The MLK essay and poster contest are open to all Prince George’s County Public School students in grades three through twelve (3rd-12th). Three winning essays and three winning posters will be selected. Each winner will receive $150.00. Each 2nd place winner will receive $75.00. A total of twelve prizes will be given. All entries must
The Nominations, Elections and Credentials Commission (NECC) has certified the election and is happy to announce that the Negotiated Agreement has been ratified. Click here to see the agreement.
Addressing salary, class size, and poverty among top issues They came in buses and in carpools. They came from down the road, over the Bay Bridge, and through rush hour traffic on the Beltway. At Wednesday night’s final Kirwan Commission public hearing, educators packed the room, stood in the aisles, and made their voices heard. Here
Calling all artists….enter the 2017 PGCPS Recycles Poster Contest! Students and Staff can enter the contest. All entries are due by December 1, 2017. Please post the flyer (attached) and share with your school! Contest Flyer and Rules
Systemic Professional Development Day
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The annual open enrollment period for 2018 benefits is coming soon! Mark your calendars! ENROLL FOR BENEFITS: OCTOBER 16- NOVEMBER 10, 2017
On Monday, September 4, 2017, PGCEA marched in the Greenbelt Labor Day Parade to support our Negotiations Team. We Showed Up, Spoke Up, and Stepped Up! Thank you to all the members that came out to march!
A movement for strong public schools is growing right here in Prince George’s County and all across America. On August 22, our whole community — teachers, parents, activists, and students came together for a Critical Conversation Town Hall Meeting about how we can strengthen public education. We discussed: How Social Justice =Restorative Justice & Sustainable