Mrs. Rebecca Smondrowski was elected to her third four-year term on November 3, 2020. She serves as chairperson of the Board of Education's (Board) Policy Management Committee. She also is a member of the Board's Communication and Stakeholder Engagement Committee and the Board's Committee on Special Populations. She serves as the ex officio to the Domestic Violence Coordinating Council.
Prior to joining the Board, Mrs. Smondrowski served as the legislative aide for Maryland State Senator Roger Manno and was an active local and county PTA leader. She has served on the Montgomery County Council of Parent-Teacher Associations (MCCPTA) Board of Directors, including positions as the vice president for Legislation, vice president for Programs, chair of the Curriculum Committee, Quince Orchard Cluster coordinator, and MCCPTA’s representative to the Montgomery County Public Schools (MCPS) K-12 Mathematics Joint Task Force. She serves as a member of the Maryland Association of Boards of Education's (MABE) Nominating Committee, as well as the alternate for MABE's Legislative Committee and the Federal Relations Network Committee.
Mrs. Smondrowski was reappointed as a Commissioner for the City of Gaithersburg Ethics Commission in January 2015. She also serves on the Board of Trustees for Future Link and the Board of Directors for the MCPS Educational Foundation.
Mrs. Smondrowski is married with two children who graduated from Montgomery County Public Schools.
Second term expires 2024
Resident of Gaithersburg
Address: Carver Educational Services Center, Room 123
850 Hungerford Drive
Rockville, Maryland 20850
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Get to know the Montgomery County Board of Education Members away from the dais and "Beyond the Boardroom". In this episode, Rebecca Smondrowski describes her role as chair of the Special Populations Committee.
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