BCPS Schools Without Power Down To 8

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TOWSON, Md. (WJZ) – Just eight Baltimore County public schools remained without power Thursday afternoon and will be closed on Friday.

“This was an unusual and debilitating weather event for our schools and their communities,” said Superintendent Dr. S. Dallas Dance. “We are appreciative to the BCPS staff and BGE workers who worked so hard last week, often under difficult conditions, to allow our schools to reopen and get back to the business of serving our families.”

All activities are canceled for the schools that remain closed on Friday.  Staffs at closed school buildings continue to report to alternate sites.  Summer school does not begin in Baltimore County schools until Monday, but all schools are staffed during summer months for those seeking to enroll students and for other business.

Schools having either no power or partial power and which are scheduled to be closed on Friday are Campfield Early Childhood Center, Fort Garrison Elementary, Pikesville High, Powhatan Elementary, Sudbrook Magnet Middle, Victory Villa Elementary,  Woodholme Elementary and Woodmoor Elementary schools.

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