What does the Montgomery County Intermediate Unit do?

What does the Montgomery County Intermediate Unit do?

Montgomery County Intermediate Unit provides services that meet the educational and social service needs of Montgomery County’s 200-plus schools, including public school districts, non-public schools, career-technical schools, charter schools, and the PA Department of Education. Students & Families

What kind of services does the Montgomery County public schools offer?

K-12 Services The Anderson School ExplorationsPHP Montgomery Virtual Program Non-Public School Services Special Education Services and Programs Additional Services Assistive Technology Career Readiness Children’s Hearing Center MontcoWorks NOW (Workforce) School Nutrition Programs Student Events Student Wellness Committee Educators & Administrators

How do I get to MCIU?

Once you get to MCIU: To access Montgomery County Intermediate Unit (MCIU) parking lot, please enter the lot at the intersection of Lafayette Street and Barbadoes Street.   You will see a white security booth with two lanes entering the parking lot.   Visitors must gain access through the left hand side lift gate.

What is the deadline for registration for the 2021 Montgomery County competition?

Registration Opens:  December 7, 2020 and closes March 12, 2021 at 4:00 PM. Deadline for Projects to be uploaded is March 26, 2021 at 4:00 PM. Judging Takes Place the week of April 5, 2021. Awards Announced: April 13, 2021.  Open to all Montgomery County Middle and High School students Regional Competition Information


What does the Montgomery County Office of business services do?

The Office of Business Services is responsible for all of the internal fiscal operations of the Montgomery County Intermediate Unit. The Office annually prepares the operating budgets, annual financial reports, and coordinates the efforts for both the State and Local audits of our fiscal documents. 16/17 Proposed Head Start Budget

When will work begin on Markley Street in Montgomery County?

NOTICE: The Wolf Administration announced today that work will begin on Monday, January 13, on a project to reconstruct and improve Markley Street (U.S. 202 South) and its intersections between Main Street and Elm Street in Norristown, Montgomery County.