• Thursday, March, 22, 2018 - Code Blue - Due to unsafe conditions on roads and walking routes, schools are closed. Offices will open with two hour delay. All 12-month personnel are expected to report. A Liberal Leave policy will be in effect for non-emergency personnel. 

    Jueves, 22 de marzo, 2018 - Código Azul –  Dadas las condiciones peligrosas en las carreteras y las ceras, las escuelas estarán cerradas hoy. Oficinas abrirán con dos horas de demora. Todos los empleados de 12 meses deben reportarse al trabajo. Estará vigente la política de licencia liberal para el personal que no es de emergencia.

Board of Education

  • District 2 BOE Member Lupi Quinteros-Grady Biography

    Lupi Quinteros-Grady is a proud parent of two children in Prince George’s County public schools. She currently serves as the Deputy Director for the Maryland Multicultural Youth Centers (MMYC). MMYC is a division of the Latin American Youth Center, a youth development organization serving minority and immigrant youth by providing comprehensive, culturally-sensitive programs in education, employment, and social services. She has worked in the field of youth development for 20 years and has been responsible for launching and managing programs such as Upward Bound, Workforce Programs, Conservation Corps, and AmeriCorps. 

    At the heart of her work is developing results-focused programs that provide youth with educational and career opportunities in a culturally competent way. She provides executive management expertise in the oversight of three sites in Prince George’s and Montgomery Counties serving approximately 1,200 young people annually. She served on the Governor’s Commission of Service & Volunteerism in 2010-2014, and was also appointed by Prince George’s County Executive Rushern Baker to the County’s Commission of Education Excellence. Of Salvadoran origin, she became the first person in her family to graduate from college. She is a graduate of Goucher College and The George Washington University where she received a Master’s in Curriculum Instruction and Bilingual & Special Education. She is also a graduate of the 2010-2011 Nonprofit Roundtable of Greater Washington’s Future Executive Directors Fellowship Program.