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Maryland’s Superintendent of Schools, Dr. Karen Salmon, told the state school board Tuesday that she has approved re-opening plans for in-person learning for every district in the state.

Local school systems had to meet 13 requirements for re-opening which included virtual and hybrid models.


Some requirements included: adopting health procedures outlined by MDH and the Maryland Department of Health and Center for Disease and Control, ensuring safe transport of students, and developing a system for tracking attendance.

  • Allegany – phasing in small groups of students for in-person learning starting Sept. 21; phase-in at elementary by grade level will start on Oct. 5, where feasible

  • Frederick – virtual through the first semester; begin with small groups on Sept. 14

  • Montgomery – second semester; no commitment in plan to bring in small groups of students for in-person instruction earlier during the first fully virtual phase of reopening; LSS will make a determination regarding transition to in-person instruction for the second semester by the end of the first marking period

  • Prince George’s – second semester; no commitment in plan to bring in small groups of students for in-person instruction earlier during the first fully virtual phase of reopening; LSS will make a determination regarding transition to in-person instruction for the second semester in Dec.

  • Washington – will reopen (beginning Sept. 16) for all special education, 504, EL, and Pre-K students and students in transition

Bost said the announcement for schools to re-open has continued to leave teachers stunned as they prepared all summer to move forward with virtual learning.


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