photo of At the ceremonies in Rockville, left to right, were: Councilmembers Craig Rice and Nancy Navarro; Myra Smith, an associate superintendent of Montgomery County Public Schools; and Councilmembers Phil Andrews and Cherri Branson.

County Recognizes Mary Hawkins-Jones (Photo)

Mary Hawkins-Jones, a fifth grade teacher at Westover Elementary School in Silver Spring, told the Montgomery County Council about some of her experiences as she was honored May 6 after being named this year’s Montgomery County recipient of the prestigious “Agnes Meyer Outstanding Teacher Award” by The Washington Post.

photo of At the ceremonies in Rockville, left to right, were: Councilmembers Craig Rice and Nancy Navarro; Myra Smith, an associate superintendent of Montgomery County Public Schools; and Councilmembers Phil Andrews and Cherri Branson.

At the ceremonies in Rockville, left to right, were: Councilmembers Craig Rice and Nancy Navarro; Myra Smith, an associate superintendent of Montgomery County Public Schools; and Councilmembers Phil Andrews and Cherri Branson.

 
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