Montgomery County Public Schools superintendent Mark Miear was recognized with the Distinguished Government Leader Award by the Montgomery County Chamber of Commerce at the chamber’s recent annual meeting.
Miear was honored for his leadership of the school division, including the development of an innovative strategic plan and supporting the community by feeding more than 600,000 meals to children via the school bus delivery system from March through August 2020.
In November, Miear was recognized by the Marine Corps League with a Distinguished Service Medal. “We did this to recognize all that you do as school superintendent to bring credibility on the Marine Corps and, especially, for establishing the Junior Corps of Cadets and the very positive impact it has had on Montgomery County,” said Ted Veggeberg of the Marine Corps League.
“I am humbled to be recognized by these community leaders,” said Supt. Miear. “I lead a team of amazing educators and staff who are committed to the education and support of our students and their families. All of these accomplishments are the result of teamwork. I am honored to lead this great team.”