MCPS Appoints Six Administrators

Several administrative appointments were made at the Montgomery County Board of Education (BOE) meeting on July 1. After the meeting, the 36th Student Member of the Board (SMOB), Justin Kim was sworn-in to begin his duties. The Board also thanked John Mannes, the 35th SMOB for his service during this past year.

The Board unanimously approved the following administrative appointments:

Kevin Lowndes Photo | MCPS

Kevin Lowndes

Kevin E. Lowndes, currently principal, Wheaton High School, as director, School Support and Improvement for High Schools, Office of School Support and Improvement.

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Michelle E. Lipson

Michelle E. Lipson, currently Pre-K–12 content specialist, Office of Curriculum and Instructional Programs, as supervisor, Student Online Learning, Office of Curriculum and Instructional Programs.

Katherine B. Rudd

Katherine B. Rudd

Katherine B. Rudd, currently resource teacher, Special Education, Quince Orchard High School, as supervisor, Department of Special Education Services, Office of Special Education and Student Services.

Christopher B. Nardi

Christopher B. Nardi

Christopher B. Nardi, currently assistant principal, Bethesda-Chevy Chase High School, as principal, Thomas W. Pyle Middle School.

Yolanda Stanislaus

Yolanda Stanislaus

Yolanda Stanislaus, currently principal, Galway Elementary School, as principal, Francis Scott Key Middle School.

Shahid A. Muhammad

Shahid A. Muhammad

Shahid A. Muhammad, currently principal Aiton Elementary School, District of Columbia Public Schools, as principal, Brookhaven Elementary School.

Justin Kim

Justin Kim Becomes 36th Student Member of the Board

Following the meeting, the Board of Education held a swearing-in ceremony for the 36th SMOB, Justin Kim, a rising senior at Poolesville High School.

The SMOB is a voting member of the Board of Education, and can cast votes on all items, with the exception of boundary changes, the capital and operating budgets, collective bargaining, negative personnel matters, and school closings.

Read more about the SMOB

The Board thanked John Mannes, III, a Northwest High School graduate who has served as SMOB for the past year.

Visit Watch video of the July 1 Board of Education meeting online.

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