BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Due to a wintry mix moving through Maryland on Tuesday morning, a number of schools have announced changes to their schedules for Tuesday.
A full list of closings and delays can be found by, clicking here.READ MORE: Adult Entertainment Resumes In Baltimore Friday Afternoon After City Agrees To Lift COVID Restriction
Here are the latest closings/delays/changes to school services and learning for Tuesday:
Anne Arundel County Schools:
According to their website, virtual learning is in effect. PSAT testing will continue Tuesday.
Wishing our juniors all the best on the PSAT today! Testing begins at 8 a.m. pic.twitter.com/E6CU4gbMCN
— AACPS (@AACountySchools) January 26, 2021
Baltimore City Schools:
All in-person learning sites and meal sites will be closed Tuesday. Virtual learning will continue as scheduled.
Due to predictions of snow/sleet and predictions of icy roads in the morning, all in-person learning, and meal sites will be closed on Tuesday, January 26, 2021. Virtual learning will continue – students who normally attend in-person will access learning virtually. pic.twitter.com/NPWCYjBy5m
— Baltimore City Public Schools (@BaltCitySchools) January 26, 2021
Baltimore County Public Schools:
According to their website, they are operating schools as normal.
Carroll County Public Schools:
Carroll County Public Schools will open 2 hours late today, Tuesday, January 26, due to inclement weather. As we previously communicated, virtual instruction also will start 2 hours later than the usual time.
Cecil County Public Schools:
All learning will be virtual Tuesday. School offices will open at 11 a.m.
Due to anticipated inclement weather, all instruction will be virtual on 1/26. F2F students will participate virtually. Asynchronous lessons available. Offices open @ 11 a.m. Details: https://t.co/Jn9q4RpB1l
— CCPSMD (@CCPSMD) January 25, 2021
Frederick County Public Schools:
FCPS will offer all-virtual instruction Tuesday, Jan. 26. Offices are open.
FCPS will offer all-virtual instruction Tuesday, January 26.
Offices are open on time.
Students who access FCPS buildings for internet capabilities will not be permitted to do so today due to inclement weather.https://t.co/0SqP0jDBsvREAD MORE: 'We Cannot Accept This': Teens Shot In Baltimore Thursday Still In Hospital, One In Grave Condition; Police Following Leads
— FCPS-MD (@FCPSMaryland) January 26, 2021
Frostburg State University:
The university will close at 8 p.m. Monday and reopen at 9:30 a.m. Tuesday. Classes and activities are canceled.
FSU will close at 8 pm 1/25, reopening at 9:30 am Tuesday 1/26. Classes, activities cancelled. Watch for updates.
— Frostburg State University (@FrostburgState) January 26, 2021
Harford County Public Schools:
Schools are operating through virtual learning.
Howard County Public Schools:
School buildings will be closed Tuesday and meal service is canceled. Virtual learning will continue as scheduled.
1/26/21, Virtual instruction as scheduled; HCPSS buildings are closed. Meal service canceled. In-person evening activities w/ HCPSS students/staff & community-sponsored programs in HCPSS buildings are canceled. https://t.co/bRY17wvBGS
— HCPSS (@HCPSS) January 26, 2021
Towson University’s campus will not open until 10 a.m. Remote learning will continue as planed and dining halls will open on time. Non-emergency personnel should work remotely.
.@TowsonU will delay the opening of its physical campus until 10 a.m. on Tuesday. Remote academic instruction will continue as scheduled. Dining halls open on time. Emergency personnel report. All other staff should telework.
— Sean Welsh (@SeanJWelsh) January 26, 2021
University of Maryland, Baltimore County:
UMBC’s campus won’t open until 10 a.m. Those who had a COVID-19 test scheduled before 10 a.m. can do so between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m.
UMBC’s physical campus will delay opening until 10 a.m. on Tuesday, January 26. Those scheduled for COVID tests between 9-10 a.m. can come between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. Register for campus alerts for all relevant updates- https://t.co/kjJXCZ04Xz. pic.twitter.com/Ii8Iim6WVS
— UMBC (@UMBC) January 26, 2021
Note: Check your schools website for updates.MORE NEWS: WATCH LIVE: Baltimore Mayor Brandon Scott To Hold COVID-19 News Conference