MCPS Officials: You can contact MCPS officials with questions and comments about the Magnet Program.
Niki Hazel (Niki_T_Hazel@mcpsmd.org, 240-740-3970) is Associate Superintendent for Curriculum and Instructional Programs
Board of Education: The Board of Education oversees MCPS, and you can write or call them with your concerns.
Montgomery County Board of Education, 850 Hungerford Drive, Rockville, Maryland 20850
Councilmember Kristin Mink (firstname.lastname@example.org, 240-777-7955), representing District 5 (Burtonsville, White Oak, and Four Corners, including the Blair campus), an alumna of the Magnet Program
Councilmember Kate Stewart (email@example.com, 240-777-7968), representing District 4 (North Bethesda, Kensington, Silver Spring, and Takoma Park), a former Blair Magnet parent
State Government: You can also advocate for education funding at the state level:
When you write to your representatives, please let them know how important it is to fund our public schools in MCPS, and in particular, how critical it is to fund special programs like the Blair Magnet. Let them know about the many awards won by Magnet students and the accomplishments of distinguished alumni. Tell them that Montgomery County's special programs have already faced serious cuts over the past decade, and that these programs should not be cut any further. Tell them why the Magnet Program is important to you and why MCPS should continue to fund the Magnet and other special programs for future generations of students.