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SCIENCERequest for Teacher RecommendationsTO BE COMPLETED BY THE STUDENT: Give this form to the appropriate teacher by November 7, 2014. (Please print in ink.)Dear Teacher, atMiddle School.(student name)in(student ID#)(current science class) has applied to one or more of the following programs:MONTGOMERY BLAIR HS Science, Mathematics, Computer ScienceRICHARD MONTGOMERY HS International BaccalaureatePOOLESVILLE HS Global Ecology House Humanities House Science, Mathematics, Computer Science HouseTO BE COMPLETED BY THE TEACHERMCPS TEACHER. Complete the teacher recommendation form for this student using FileMaker on an MCPS computer byDecember 12, 2014. See your school counselor for access or call 301-592-2054 for assistance. The program coordinatorwill access it using FileMaker.NON-MCPS TEACHER. Complete the form located on the MCPS website ialprograms/admissions/applications.aspx/. Once you have completed your recommendations, print two copies andsubmit one signed hard copy to the appropriate school. Please make certain you keep the second copy for your records. Ifyou have questions, please call 301-592-2054 for assistance.MONTGOMERY BLAIR HS51 University Boulevard, EastSilver Spring, Maryland 20901Attention: Magnet CoordinatorRICHARD MONTGOMERY HS250 Richard Montgomery DriveRockville, Maryland 20852Attention: Magnet CoordinatorPOOLESVILLE HS17501 West Willard RoadPoolesville, Maryland 20837Attention: Magnet CoordinatorPLEASE SUBMIT TEACHER RECOMMENDATIONS NO LATER THAN DECEMBER 12, 2014Program descriptions you should consider when making recommendations.MONTGOMERY BLAIRRICHARD MONTGOMERYPOOLESVILLEAdvanced and highly able studentswill be interested in this unique magnet program that offers acceleratedand differentiated course work forstudents starting in Grade 9 in Augustin an extended day program. Grade 8students must apply for admission tothis program.For students in Grades 9 and 10, theprogram offers a sequence of coursesat an accelerated pace where topicsand concepts are approached in aninterdisciplinary manner. Emphasisis placed on research skills and theapplication of science, mathematics,and computer science to real worldproblems. During Grades 11 and 12,students have unique opportunitiesfor in-depth studies through semester courses, internships, and guidedresearch projects.The International Baccalaureate (IB)Magnet program features an interdisciplinary liberal arts education in foreign languages, science, mathematics,English, and social studies. It adheresto worldwide standards and affords thestudents selected for the program theopportunity to engage in a rigorouscourse of studies leading to a diplomarecognized by universities throughoutthe world.Instruction in the IB Magnet programis interdisciplinary in nature and isviewed through a global and international lens. Students in Grades 11 and12 complete a unifying course calledthe Theory of Knowledge. The courseis designed to help students make connections between the various subjectareas, but also challenges studentsto see beyond their own ideas in thelarger, growing and changing globalarena.A whole school magnet is organizedaround instructional “houses” madeup of small teams of teachers andstudents from multiple disciplines centered around a proven magnet courseof studies. Students may choose fromthree instruction houses: Global Ecology House, Humanities House and Science, Math, Computer Science House.In the Global Ecology House studentswill pursue rigorous interdisciplinaryscience and social studies curriculafocused on human impact on the natural environment. In the HumanitiesHouse students will study humanitiesthrough the lens of American Historyand English to introduce inquiry. In theScience, Math, Computer Science Housestudents will develop and deepen skillsin problem-solving, analysis, and laboratory investigations in an extendedday program. All three houses use aninterdisciplinary approach to learning.Classes are linked to provide flexibilityand a deeper understanding of eachhouse focus.

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MATHEMATICSRequest for Teacher RecommendationsTO BE COMPLETED BY THE STUDENT: Give this form to the appropriate teacher by November 7, 2014. (Please print in ink.)Dear Teacher, atMiddle School.(student name)in(student ID#)(current mathematics class) has applied to one or more of the following programs:MONTGOMERY BLAIR HS Science, Mathematics, Computer ScienceRICHARD MONTGOMERY HS International BaccalaureatePOOLESVILLE HS Global Ecology House Humanities House Science, Mathematics, Computer Science HouseTO BE COMPLETED BY THE TEACHERMCPS TEACHER. Complete the teacher recommendation form for this student using FileMaker on an MCPS computer byDecember 12, 2014. See your school counselor for access or call 301-592-2054 for assistance. The program coordinatorwill access it using FileMaker.NON-MCPS TEACHER. Complete the form located on the MCPS website ialprograms/admissions/applications.aspx/. Once you have completed your recommendations, print two copies andsubmit one signed hard copy to the appropriate school. Please make certain you keep the second copy for your records. Ifyou have questions, please call 301-592-2054 for assistance.MONTGOMERY BLAIR HS51 University Boulevard, EastSilver Spring, Maryland 20901Attention: Magnet CoordinatorRICHARD MONTGOMERY HS250 Richard Montgomery DriveRockville, Maryland 20852Attention: Magnet CoordinatorPOOLESVILLE HS17501 West Willard RoadPoolesville, Maryland 20837Attention: Magnet CoordinatorPLEASE SUBMIT TEACHER RECOMMENDATIONS NO LATER THAN DECEMBER 12, 2014Program descriptions you should consider when making recommendations.MONTGOMERY BLAIRRICHARD MONTGOMERYPOOLESVILLEAdvanced and highly able studentswill be interested in this unique magnet program that offers acceleratedand differentiated course work forstudents starting in Grade 9 in Augustin an extended day program. Grade 8students must apply for admission tothis program.For students in Grades 9 and 10, theprogram offers a sequence of coursesat an accelerated pace where topicsand concepts are approached in aninterdisciplinary manner. Emphasisis placed on research skills and theapplication of science, mathematics,and computer science to real worldproblems. During Grades 11 and 12,students have unique opportunitiesfor in-depth studies through semester courses, internships, and guidedresearch projects.The International Baccalaureate (IB)Magnet program features an interdisciplinary liberal arts education in foreign languages, science, mathematics,English, and social studies. It adheresto worldwide standards and affords thestudents selected for the program theopportunity to engage in a rigorouscourse of studies leading to a diplomarecognized by universities throughoutthe world.Instruction in the IB Magnet programis interdisciplinary in nature and isviewed through a global and international lens. Students in Grades 11 and12 complete a unifying course calledthe Theory of Knowledge. The courseis designed to help students make connections between the various subjectareas, but also challenges studentsto see beyond their own ideas in thelarger, growing and changing globalarena.A whole school magnet is organizedaround instructional “houses” madeup of small teams of teachers andstudents from multiple disciplines centered around a proven magnet courseof studies. Students may choose fromthree instruction houses: Global Ecology House, Humanities House and Science, Math, Computer Science House.In the Global Ecology House studentswill pursue rigorous interdisciplinaryscience and social studies curriculafocused on human impact on the natural environment. In the HumanitiesHouse students will study humanitiesthrough the lens of American Historyand English to introduce inquiry. Inthe Science, Math, Computer Science House students will developand deepen skills in problem-solving,analysis, and laboratory investigations in an extended day program. Allthree houses use an interdisciplinaryapproach to learning. Classes are linkedto provide flexibility and a deeperunderstanding of each house focus.

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ENGLISHRequest for Teacher RecommendationsTO BE COMPLETED BY THE STUDENT: Give this form to the appropriate teacher by November 7, 2014. (Please print in ink.)Dear Teacher, atMiddle School.(student name)in(student ID#)(current English class) has applied to one or more of the following programs:MONTGOMERY BLAIR HS Science, Mathematics, Computer ScienceRICHARD MONTGOMERY HS International BaccalaureatePOOLESVILLE HS Global Ecology House Humanities House Science, Mathematics, Computer Science HouseTO BE COMPLETED BY THE TEACHERMCPS TEACHER. Complete the teacher recommendation form for this student using FileMaker on an MCPS computer byDecember 12, 2014. See your school counselor for access or call 301-592-2054 for assistance. The program coordinatorwill access it using FileMaker.NON-MCPS TEACHER. Complete the form located on the MCPS website ialprograms/admissions/applications.aspx/. Once you have completed your recommendations, print two copies andsubmit one signed hard copy to the appropriate school. Please make certain you keep the second copy for your records. Ifyou have questions, please call 301-592-2054 for assistance.MONTGOMERY BLAIR HS51 University Boulevard, EastSilver Spring, Maryland 20901Attention: Magnet CoordinatorRICHARD MONTGOMERY HS250 Richard Montgomery DriveRockville, Maryland 20852Attention: Magnet CoordinatorPOOLESVILLE HS17501 West Willard RoadPoolesville, Maryland 20837Attention: Magnet CoordinatorPLEASE SUBMIT TEACHER RECOMMENDATIONS NO LATER THAN DECEMBER 12, 2014Program descriptions you should consider when making recommendations.MONTGOMERY BLAIRRICHARD MONTGOMERYPOOLESVILLEAdvanced and highly able studentswill be interested in this unique magnet program that offers acceleratedand differentiated course work forstudents starting in Grade 9 in Augustin an extended day program. Grade 8students must apply for admission tothis program.For students in Grades 9 and 10, theprogram offers a sequence of coursesat an accelerated pace where topicsand concepts are approached in aninterdisciplinary manner. Emphasisis placed on research skills and theapplication of science, mathematics,and computer science to real worldproblems. During Grades 11 and 12,students have unique opportunitiesfor in-depth studies through semester courses, internships, and guidedresearch projects.The International Baccalaureate (IB)Magnet program features an interdisciplinary liberal arts education in foreign languages, science, mathematics,English, and social studies. It adheresto worldwide standards and affords thestudents selected for the program theopportunity to engage in a rigorouscourse of studies leading to a diplomarecognized by universities throughoutthe world.Instruction in the IB Magnet programis interdisciplinary in nature and isviewed through a global and international lens. Students in Grades 11 and12 complete a unifying course calledthe Theory of Knowledge. The courseis designed to help students make connections between the various subjectareas, but also challenges studentsto see beyond their own ideas in thelarger, growing and changing globalarena.A whole school magnet is organizedaround instructional “houses” madeup of small teams of teachers andstudents from multiple disciplines centered around a proven magnet courseof studies. Students may choose fromthree instruction houses: Global Ecology House, Humanities House and Science, Math, Computer Science House.In the Global Ecology House studentswill pursue rigorous interdisciplinaryscience and social studies curriculafocused on human impact on the natural environment. In the HumanitiesHouse students will study humanitiesthrough the lens of American Historyand English to introduce inquiry. Inthe Science, Math, Computer Science House students will developand deepen skills in problem-solving,analysis, and laboratory investigations in an extended day program. Allthree houses use an interdisciplinaryapproach to learning. Classes are linkedto provide flexibility and a deeperunderstanding of each house focus.

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WORLD STUDIESRequest for Teacher RecommendationsTO BE COMPLETED BY THE STUDENT: Give this form to the appropriate teacher by November 7, 2014. (Please print in ink.)Dear Teacher, atMiddle School.(student name)in(student ID#)(current world studies class) has applied to one or more of the following programs:MONTGOMERY BLAIR HSNo world studies teacher recommendation isrequired for this programRICHARD MONTGOMERY HS International BaccalaureatePOOLESVILLE HS Global Ecology House Humanities House Science, Mathematics, Computer Science HouseTO BE COMPLETED BY THE TEACHERMCPS TEACHER. Complete the teacher recommendation form for this student using FileMaker on an MCPS computer byDecember 12, 2014. See your school counselor for access or call 301-592-2054 for assistance. The program coordinatorwill access it using FileMaker.NON-MCPS TEACHER. Complete the form located on the MCPS website ialprograms/admissions/applications.aspx/. Once you have completed your recommendations, print two copies andsubmit one signed hard copy to the appropriate school. Please make certain you keep the second copy for your records. Ifyou have questions, please call 301-592-2054 for assistance.MONTGOMERY BLAIR HS51 University Boulevard, EastSilver Spring, Maryland 20901Attention: Magnet CoordinatorRICHARD MONTGOMERY HS250 Richard Montgomery DriveRockville, Maryland 20852Attention: Magnet CoordinatorPOOLESVILLE HS17501 West Willard RoadPoolesville, Maryland 20837Attention: Magnet CoordinatorPLEASE SUBMIT TEACHER RECOMMENDATIONS NO LATER THAN DECEMBER 12, 2014Program descriptions you should consider when making recommendations.MONTGOMERY BLAIRRICHARD MONTGOMERYPOOLESVILLENo world studies teacher recommendation is required for this program.The International Baccalaureate (IB)Magnet program features an interdisciplinary liberal arts education in foreign languages, science, mathematics,English, and social studies. It adheresto worldwide standards and affords thestudents selected for the program theopportunity to engage in a rigorouscourse of studies leading to a diplomarecognized by universities throughoutthe world.Instruction in the IB Magnet programis interdisciplinary in nature and isviewed through a global and international lens. Students in Grades 11 and12 complete a unifying course calledthe Theory of Knowledge. The courseis designed to help students make connections between the various subjectareas, but also challenges studentsto see beyond their own ideas in thelarger, growing and changing globalarena.A whole school magnet is organizedaround instructional “houses” madeup of small teams of teachers andstudents from multiple disciplines centered around a proven magnet courseof studies. Students may choose fromthree instruction houses: Global Ecology House, Humanities House and Science, Math, Computer Science House.In the Global Ecology House studentswill pursue rigorous interdisciplinaryscience and social studies curriculafocused on human impact on the natural environment. In the HumanitiesHouse students will study humanitiesthrough the lens of American Historyand English to introduce inquiry. Inthe Science, Math, Computer Science House students will developand deepen skills in problem-solving,analysis, and laboratory investigations in an extended day program. Allthree houses use an interdisciplinaryapproach to learning. Classes are linkedto provide flexibility and a deeperunderstanding of each house focus.

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FOREIGN LANGUAGERequest for Teacher RecommendationsTO BE COMPLETED BY THE STUDENT: Give this form to the appropriate teacher by November 7, 2014. (Please print in ink.)Dear Teacher, atMiddle School.(student name)in(student ID#)(current foreign language class) has applied to one or more of the following programs:MONTGOMERY BLAIR HSNo foreign language teacher recommendation is required for this programRICHARD MONTGOMERY HS International BaccalaureatePOOLESVILLE HSNo foreign language teacher recommendation isrequired for this programTO BE COMPLETED BY THE TEACHERMCPS TEACHER. Complete the teacher recommendation form for this student using FileMaker on an MCPS computer byDecember 12, 2014. See your school counselor for access or call 301-592-2054 for assistance. The program coordinatorwill access it using FileMaker.NON-MCPS TEACHER. Complete the form located on the MCPS website ialprograms/admissions/applications.aspx/. Once you have completed your recommendations, print two copies andsubmit one signed hard copy to the appropriate school. Please make certain you keep the second copy for your records. Ifyou have questions, please call 301-592-2054 for assistance.MONTGOMERY BLAIR HS51 University Boulevard, EastSilver Spring, Maryland 20901Attention: Magnet CoordinatorRICHARD MONTGOMERY HS250 Richard Montgomery DriveRockville, Maryland 20852Attention: Magnet CoordinatorPOOLESVILLE HS17501 West Willard RoadPoolesville, Maryland 20837Attention: Magnet CoordinatorPLEASE SUBMIT TEACHER RECOMMENDATIONS NO LATER THAN DECEMBER 12, 2014Program descriptions you should consider when making recommendations.MONTGOMERY BLAIRRICHARD MONTGOMERYPOOLESVILLENo foreign language teacher recommendation is required for this program.The Magnet International Baccalaureate (IB) Magnet program features aninterdisciplinary liberal arts educationin foreign languages, science, mathematics, English, and social studies. Itadheres to worldwide standards andaffords the students selected for theprogram the opportunity to engage ina rigorous course of studies leading toa diploma recognized by universitiesthroughout the world.Instruction in the IB Magnet programis interdisciplinary in nature and isviewed through a global and international lens. Students in Grades 11 and12 complete a unifying course calledthe Theory of Knowledge. The courseis designed to help students make connections between the various subjectareas, but also challenges studentsto see beyond their own ideas in thelarger, growing and changing globalarena.No foreign language teacher recommendation is required for this program.

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Science, Mathematics, Computer Science House TO BE COMPLETED BY THE TEACHER MCPS TEACHER. Complete the teacher recommendation form for this student using FileMaker on an MCPS computer by December 12, 2014. See your school counselor for access or call 301-592-2054 for assistance. The program coordinator

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