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610-755-94002 West Lafayette StreetNorristown, PA 19401
Jan 22, 2021
Non Public Schools
Effective November 18, 2020, the Montgomery County Intermediate Unit will be utilizing the BoardDocs platform for meeting management. BoardDocs is a paperless-meeting software designed to house documents for Board agendas, meetings and minutes. Visit the BoardDocs website to view the MCIU Board Meeting agendas, meetings and minutes. To view past agendas and minutes, please use the buttons below:
Agendas Prior to November 2020
Minutes Prior to November 2020
Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion
MCIU Education Foundation
Right to Know
Mental Health Services
Remote Professional Learning
Safe & Secure Schools
The Anderson School
Children’s Hearing Center
Montgomery Virtual Program
Non-Public School Services
Special Education Services and Programs
Assistive Technology focuses on a variety of tools to support students including:
We offer services directly to school districts in Montgomery County.
Student Referral Form
SETT Meeting Forms
2021 competition will once again be held virtually
The PA Media and Design Competition (formerly the PA Computer Fair) is an annual event, typically held in March or April, that highlights Pennsylvania school students’ application skills and computer knowledge. Students are able to unleash their creativity, learn how to convey information more dynamically, and enhance the learning process. This competition is open to all students in grades 6-12, in public or private schools as well as state-approved home-school programs.
The Middle School and High School Competitions are two separate events operating under the same rules but held the same day at the same place under a common schedule.
Be sure to follow the regulations posted at the website: PA Media and Design Competition.
Middle and High School Categories:
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
Please note: Projects are limited to three per category per school.
Please be sure to follow instructions on PA Media and Design Competition for uploading your projects and all associated information.
For additional information contact: Jackie Krail at 610-755-9352 or via email to email@example.com
The Office of Business Services provides a variety of back-office school business support services, including, but not limited to: Accounting support, Business Management, Payroll Processing, and Purchasing Support. Services are provided both short and long term and are customized to meet the needs of the school entity.
For more information on MCIU’s Business Office Administrative Support Services, please contact:
Sandra EdlingCFO/Director of Business Services610firstname.lastname@example.org
The Office of Business Services provides an ongoing NO cost 10-week Financial Wellness for Educators Program for adults working in Montgomery County Public Schools. This program is made possible through a grant received from the National Association of State Treasurers.
Class sizes are limited and cover topics, such as: Money Values, Developing a Spending Plan, Understanding Banking Products, Credit Reports, Debt Management, Financial Disasters, and Preparing for Retirement.
To register for this opportunity, please visit the MCIU’s professional learning registration system and select the Financial Wellness course that best meets your schedule.
For more information, please contact:
The MCIU’s Office of Business Services provides the Trust Management Services for the Southeastern PA Schools Trust (SEPaST). SEPaST is a consortium of seventeen (17) school entities in southeastern PA that work together to pool resources for the purpose of self-insuring medical, prescription drug, and other employee benefits.
For more information on joining SEPaST, please contact:
Sandra Edling CFO/Director of Business Services 610-755-9410 email@example.com
The BrainSTEPS Program was created to build a bridge connecting the medical, rehabilitation, education sectors and families following student (K-12) acquired brain injury (ABI). ABIs can cause cognitive, physical, socio-emotional, and behavioral impairments that impact classroom performance and learning. In 2007, the Pennsylvania Department of Health established the BrainSTEPS Program to address this issue. BrainSTEPS consulting teams support school teams in the development and implementation of educational plans following student ABI.
The original BrainSTEPS model in PA is currently funded by the PA Department of Health and the PA Department of Education, Bureau of Special Education, and is implemented by the Brain Injury Association of Pennsylvania. In 2017, BrainSTEPS was recognized by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) as a national model for educational consultation supporting students and school teams in the development and implementation of educational supports and services following an acquired brain injury.
The Montgomery County Intermediate Unit BrainSTEPS team seeks to support both public and non-public school students as they re-enter school following acquired brain injury. They provide information to families and schools, links to resources, and provide training to school staff to learn more about the impacts and effects of concussion and other acquired brain injuries.
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. To view the full details of this project and how it will possibly impact travel to MCIU, please click HERE.
The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation is also in the process of a street widening project on Lafayette Street in Norristown. They will be removing existing sidewalks and rebuilding new sidewalks, street parking areas, and curbs. Two of the three access points to MCIU parking lot (Barbadoes Street, the two-lane exit, and Cherry Street) will be open at all times. Traffic flaggers will be on-site to manage both traffic and pedestrian flow.
Please allot for additional time when traveling to and from MCIU. Thank you for your understanding.
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. Please identify yourself to the security guard in the booth to provide the nature of your visit.
Parking spots are first come, first served, with the exception of the handicapped, parent, and two hour visitor spots which are clearly marked.
To exit the MCIU parking lot, you will use the two lane exit towards the middle of our parking lot. The gates will lift automatically when it senses a car is approaching. One car may exit at a time.
The Head Start Policy Council meets monthly on Mondays. Please see our calendar for upcoming meeting dates.
Washington A Conference Room 2 W. Lafayette Street Norristown, PA 19401
*Council meetings are currently being held virtually due to COVID-19.
January 2018 February, 2018 March 2018 May 2018 June 2018 June 2018 – COLA Meeting
January 2017 February 2017 March 2017 April 2017 May 2017 June 2017 July 2017 August 2017 September 2017 October 2017 November 2017
June 2016 July 2016 August 2016 September 2016 October 2016 November 2016 December 2016
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.
Equitable Participation (EP) Services are available to students identified as eligible for special education who are unilaterally placed by parents in private schools. In Pennsylvania, the IU is the agency responsible for the implementation of the federal requirement for EP Services.
Forms for Nonpublic School Use:
Professional Development Request Form
Materials Request Form
Consultation Request Form
• BrainSTEPs Form
• Consent for Observation
• Consultation Requests -Teacher Input
• Hearing Consult-Parent Input
• Hearing Consult-Primary SIFTER
• Hearing Consult-Secondary SIFTER
• Vision Consult-Parent Input
• Vision Consult-Teacher Input