Blair Cluster + MCCPTA Info
Montgomery County Public Schools represent one of the largest, most influential school districts in the nation. It is important for each school’s PTA to work with their counterparts throughout the county and as part of the larger Montgomery County Council of PTAs (MCCPTA). In our area, we have the Blair Cluster, a group of 13 PTAs associated with Montgomery Blair High School and the elementary and middle schools that feed into the high school. Below is a brief explanation of the various roles associated with the Blair Cluster and MCCPTA. Scroll to the bottom of the page to see Blair Cluster newsletters, records of testimony, and other key documents.
Which Schools Are Part of the Blair Cluster?
The Blair Cluster of PTAs includes Montgomery Blair High School, three middle school feeders, Takoma Park, Eastern, and Silver Spring International; and nine elementary schools, Piney Branch, Takoma Park, Oak View. New Hampshire, Pine Crest, Montgomery Knolls, Sligo Creek, East Silver Spring, and Rolling Terrace.
What is the Role of a Cluster Coordinator and who are our Blair Cluster Coordinators?
Each cluster may have up to three coordinators. For more information on the specific responsibilities of a cluster coordinator please see the pdf file posted at the bottom of this page. You may email Blair Cluster’s three representatives at: Shruti Bhatnagar, Bladimir Duenas, and Kathy Larin.
What is the Role of a Cluster Representative?
Every local PTA has a cluster representative. You can find the name and contact information of your PTA Cluster Rep on your school’s PTA web site. For more information on the specific responsibilities of a cluster representative please see the pdf file posted at the bottom of this page.
What is the Role of a MCCPTA Delegate?