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Nancy Navarro
Montgomery County Council, President, (Democrat-District 4) 🇺🇸🇻🇪 By Authority: Nancy Navarro for Montgomery County, Alejandro Mendoza, Treasurer
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Dr. DeRionne Pollard Apr 24
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Montgomery Council 24h
County Leaders Pledge To Fully Fund MCPS Budget, Earmark $5 Million
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Montgomery Council 24h
Montgomery politicians, school officials agree on more money for education
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Montgomery County Law Enforcement Agencies and DHHS to Participate in DEA Nationwide Prescription Drug Take-Back Day; An Opportunity to Help Prevent Opioid Abuse by Safe Disposal of Unused Opioid Prescriptions
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Montgomery Council Apr 24
Council President : We have a growing student population, rising FARMS and ESOL rates. Fully funding our schools is critical and part of a larger strategy for 's economic picture.
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Moco BOE Apr 25
Board President testifies with Superintendent Jack Smith in front of the Education and Culture County Council
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Nancy Navarro Apr 25
Happening now. The Coubty Council’s Education and Culture Committee is meeting to begin a review of the Operating Budget request of Montgomery County Public Schools. Council staff’s analysis may be accessed at:
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Montgomery Council Apr 24
Council Pres ⁦⁩ explains that the Education Committee has placed an additional $3 million on the budget reconciliation list for ⁦⁦⁩ because education doesn’t end after high school.
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Nancy Navarro Apr 25
Congratulations to Ananya Tadikonda on completing a great run as Student Member of the Board of Education. You served our students and residents with distinction and I will remember you as a fierce advocate for equity and social justice for all. I will miss you, .
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Nancy Navarro Apr 25
Congratulations to Nate Tinbite on becoming the 42nd Student Member of the Montgomery County Board of Education. Nate joins a pantheon of great student leaders who have dedicated themselves to improving the quality of instruction and well-being of students in our schools.👏🏽
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susankenedy Apr 24
Today, Montgomery County officials came together to announce their intent to fully fund the operating budget for Montgomery County Public Schools.
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Nate Tinbite Apr 24
This campaign is for us, and this next year will be for us as well. The fight was strong and this is just the beginning. Thank you to everyone that joined this campaign and fight for a better school system.
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Nancy Navarro Apr 24
Replying to @NateTinbite
Congratulations! Your leadership will make a huge difference to our students and families!
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Nancy Navarro Apr 24
Today, I was pleased to announce, alongside County Executive Elrich, Superintendent Smith, Council Vice President Katz, Councilmember Rice, Councilmember Hucker, Councilmember Jawando,…
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Montgomery Council Apr 22
Happening Wed. at noon at the Council Office Building—Council President will be joined by County Executive , Councilmembers, School Board President & Superintendent Jack Smith to announce additional funding for students.
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Montgomery Council Apr 24
Happening today at noon on the steps of the Council Office Building—important announcement about funding in with Council Pres. , County Exe. , Pres. & Superintendent Smith.
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Montgomery Council Apr 23
"Our men and women in the Montgomery County Police Department risk their lives each day to protect our community." - Council President See Council President Navarro's statement on the tragic passing of Officer Kyle Olinger:
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Montgomery Council Apr 23
Today the Council voted to approve the Veirs Mill Corridor Master Plan, which focuses on improved safety for pedestrians, bicyclists, transit users and motorists & improved connectivity, among other areas. Read:
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Nancy Navarro Apr 23
Read OLO Report 18-13 (“The Two-Generation Approach to Poverty in Immigrant Communities”) here, in full.
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Nancy Navarro Apr 23
Today, the Council hosted a hearing on the results of a report from OLO entitled “The Two-Generational Approach to Poverty in Immigrant Communities”. I requested this report be compiled as…
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