CENTREVILLE, Md. (WJZ) — Queen Anne’s County Public Schools announced Thursday it will begin to implement the hybrid learning schedule on February 16.

Students will rotate on an A/B day schedule with a virtual learning day on Wednesday each week, the school system said.

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“School-based staff, bus drivers, custodians, food service employees, and central office staff are working to ensure that all school facilities are ready for the return of students,” a letter to employees and families said.

Principals will contact families with details about schedules and transportation next week, Queen Anne’s County Public Schools said.

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CBS Baltimore Staff