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Recent Press Announcements

PGCEA on the Tragic Losses at Riverdale Elementary

UPPER MARLBORO, MD — 21 November 2023, We are deeply saddened by the news of Monday’s vehicle collision at Riverdale Elementary which resulted in the deaths of two Students. PGCEA President Dr. Donna Christy issued the following statement. “Our heartfelt condolences go out to their families, friends, and educators. We are devastated by the loss of these young lives, and we stand together, sending love and healing thoughts to their families and the entire Riverdale community. In these difficult times we are thankful for the hard work and care of the PGCPS Crisis Team who are on site to provide crisis

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PGCEA President Welcomes New PGCPS Superintendent

Prince George’s County Educators’ Association Looks Forward to Working with Millard House II to Ensure Educators and Students Have World Class Schools  UPPER MARLBORO, MD — 7 June 2023, This morning Prince George’s County Executive Angela Alsobrooks held a press conference to announce her appointment of Millard House ll as the new Superintendent of Prince George’s County Public Schools (PGCPS). House is coming to Prince George’s from Houston, TX where he served as the superintendent of Houston Independent School District (ISD). His ability to achieve academic gains and recruit diverse highly qualified educators has earned him state and national recognition. PGCEA

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Celebrating Read Across America, MSEA Donates Books to Prince George’s County Schools

UPPER MARLBORO, MD — On March 29, the Maryland State Education Association (MSEA) and Prince George’s County Educators Association (PGCEA) celebrated Read Across America Month with Barack Obama Elementary School. MSEA donated a collection of new books to the school with a grant from the National Education Association (NEA), and MSEA President Cheryl Bost read “Someone Builds the Dream” with the students. During the month of March, MSEA celebrated and encouraged a love of reading by donating a total of nearly 1,000 new books to schools throughout Maryland. “As a fourth- and fifth-grade teacher I have seen how important it is

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