While most area school districts surrounding Baltimore closed Tuesday in light of the snow and treacherous road conditions, city schools remained open angering many students and parents.
The state grants Baltimore County’s request for a waiver.
Maryland’s schools superintendent has denied Montgomery County’s request for a waiver of five snow days to avoid extending the school year.
The Prince George’s County Public Schools are seeking a state waiver for four snow days to avoid having to extend the school year.
Another school day, another snow day. Kids are happy, parents are frustrated and Maryland school districts are scrambling, trying to figure out how to make up days lost to bad weather.
Montgomery County Public Schools have applied for a state waiver to avoid having to extend the school year by a full week due to this year’s snow days.
Snow. You either love it or hate it. If you are a parent, you are probably frustrated by it.
If it were summer, there would be fun in the sun. But in the dead of winter, dozens of students — off from snow days — know how to have some snow fun.
As this storm wreaked havoc on our area, it’s also hitting the number of snow days left for schools around the state.
As we prepare for another round of snow, local schools are bracing for another possible snow day. For some schools, this will be another snow day too many.
At least five Maryland school districts say they’ll hold classes on Presidents’ Day to make up for excess snow days.
For Megan Peterson, “Here comes the bride, all dressed in white,” may always have a double meaning. She wasn’t the only one in white on her wedding day.