Montgomery County Public Schools Superintendent Joshua Starr began his week not at MCPS headquarters in Rockville, but at Gaithersburg High School.
Starr visited the school and shadowed senior David Hayes throughout the day before departing to participate in a Montgomery County Council meeting.
Starr's visit included stops in Child Development, Statistics, Anatomy, English, AP Psychology and a lunch-time film session with the Trojans football team as they prepare for Quince Orchard.
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