Rolling Terrace Community Stands Up for the Montgomery Way / La comunidad de Rolling Terrace "Stands Up for the Montgomery Way"

A group of Rolling Terrace families met together in downtown Silver Spring on Sunday to support our county's efforts at appreciating and respecting the diversity of our county and fighting for the rights of all of our county's residents. Jack Smith, MCPS Superintendent, made a strong statement in support of ALL students, in which he clarified that MCPS does not care about a student's status, but only about their academic achievement.

From the County's website, "County Executive Ike Leggett, County Councilmembers and other public officials, faith leaders, and neighbors came together with a crowd of more than 1,000 people at Veterans Plaza, in Silver Spring, to reaffirm the County’s stance of diversity, inclusion, and respect for all – the core values that have made Montgomery County a model community."

Un grupo de familias de Rolling Terrace se reunió el domingo en el centro de Silver Spring para apoyar los esfuerzos de nuestro condado por apreciar y respetar la diversidad de nuestro condado y luchar por los derechos de todos los residentes de nuestro condado. Jack Smith, Superintendente de MCPS, hizo una fuerte declaración en apoyo a TODOS los estudiantes, en la cual aclaró que a MCPS no le importa el estatus de un estudiante, sino solamente su rendimiento académico.