News & Announcements

Summer Math Resources

We highly recommend all students consider completing one of the optional support math resources that have been provided. These resources will help you begin to enhance your learning from this past school year. Each program works a little differently but all of them will help you review material in preparation for your math course in the fall. Make sure you look at the links associated with your incoming math fall course. This will help you retain some of the learning that occurred throughout our virtual and in-person learning environment.

Follow Up to Career Day

As a follow up to May's successful Virtual Career Day on the 25th, we are making career day materials available to explore with your children. The event was put together through a collaboration of our SGA and PTSA, as well as students from Mr. Melvin's TV Studio Class. If you have any questions or suggestions for future Career Days, don't hesitate to reach out to Sarah Parrish (

Montgomery County Junior Council Executive Board -Deadline June 3rd!

Calling all student leaders! Do you want to develop your leadership skills? Are you interested in advocating for all MCPS middle schools? You should join Montgomery County Junior Council Executive Board! For more information about the organization, check out our website: You can also apply for the executive board. Applications are due by June 3rd

Asian American/Pacific Island American Poster Contest Extended to May 31st

Hey Argyle, the DEADLINE for the Asian American/Pacific Island American Poster contest has been extended to Tuesday, May 31st. Physical poster entries are to be turned in to Mr. Grenier and electronic submissions can be turned in by scanning the QR code. Prizes given to the BEST top 3 entries.

SGA Elections - June 1st

Hey 6th and 7th grade students, on Wednesday, June 1st, during Advisory, YOU will have the opportunity to VOTE for your PEERS, to represent your views & interest in SGA for next school year. Be sure to watch the MEET THE CANDIDATES videos in order to make an informed decision on who will BEST represent your Student voice.

Magnet Showcase - Thursday, May 26th from 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm

Join us Thursday, May 26th for our annual Magnet Showcase Event! We are excited to show off all the amazing work our students have done throughout the year. 8th grade capstone products are the focus as well as 6th & 7th grade tech products. 8th graders will also be presenting their Capstone Projects through presentations in the “Shark Tank.” We are also seeking volunteers to serve as “Shark Tank” panelists during the showcase. Click for more info and to fill out the form to volunteer!

Spring Play Next Week!

Come enjoy our spring musical! The Grunch! There will be three dates. May 19th at 5 pm and May 20th at 6 pm and May 21st at 12 pm.

May SGA Meetings

The SGA invites all students to attend our May 11th and May 23th meetings, after school in room 201. Students, you want to make things happen at Argyle? Then be sure to attend a SGA meeting so your voices and ideas can be heard.

Montgomery Can Code Summer Camp Registration Now Open!

Registration is now open for Montgomery College's "Montgomery Can Code" program. MCPS middle school students can enjoy a free week of summer camp to learn Swift from coding experts. Swift is an easy-to-understand programming language used by professional developers to create world class apps. The Camp is free to any Montgomery County Public School middle school students. Space is limited! Click here for information on camp dates, registration and FAQs.


MCPS has contracted with two external tutoring companies to provide direct tutoring services to students. This will ensure a robust tutoring program in all schools so that every student in need of support is able to receive it through various modalities and resources.

For students in need of ongoing high dosage tutoring aligned to the curriculum, please refer students to Tutor Me Education or FEV Tutor using the resources in the Tutoring Resources folder.