Baltimore City Public Schools Officials Weigh Learning Options For Students For Upcoming Academic YearSchool officials are weighing how they want to proceed with the upcoming school year amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Baltimore City Public Schools To Host Series Of Town Halls About Reopening In FallBaltimore City Public Schools announced Wednesday it will host the first of its weekly Reopening Town Halls as part of its initiative that seeks input on the plan to reopen in the fall.
Community Encouraged To Take Survey In Development Of City Schools Relaunch PlanBaltimore City Public Schools is encouraging students, families, employees and members of the community to take a survey ahead of the next academic year.
Baltimore City Schools Meal Site Closing Temporarily Due To Employee Testing Positive For CoronavirusA Baltimore City Schools meal site will close temporarily after an employee working at the site tested positive for COVID-19.
Baltimore Teachers Union Files Grievance Against City Schools For Extending School YearAccording to the union, teachers and PSRPs were forced to work 194 days this year, the final four were uncompensated. They are seeking four days of back pay for the extra days worked beyond their contract.
Baltimore City Public Schools To Honor Class Of 2020 With Virtual Graduation CeremoniesBaltimore City Public Schools announced Thursday they will honor the Class of 2020 with virtual graduation ceremonies and related events due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Sandtown-Winchester Achievement Academy Meal Site To Close Due To COVID-19 CaseThe Sandtown-Winchester Achievement Academy meal site in Baltimore will temporarily close after an employee tested positive for COVID-19, City Schools announced Sunday.
Baltimore City Schools To Offer Pass, Incomplete Grading Option For Fourth QuarterBaltimore City Public Schools announced Wednesday student report cards for the third quarter can be viewed electronically beginning on April 28.
Baltimore City Schools Officials Look To Address Digital Divide As Learning Continues Online Due To COVID-19 PandemicBaltimore City Schools officials addressed the digital divide Thursday through a virtual discussion as thousands of students are still without laptops to use for online school during the coronavirus pandemic.
Maryland National Guard To Assist With Distribution At City Schools Meals SitesBaltimore City Public Schools announced Tuesday the Maryland National Guard will assist in distribution at meal sites starting Wednesday.
Coronavirus Latest: Baltimore City School Meal Site To Reopen After Employee Tested Positive For COVID-19A meal site being run by Baltimore City Public Schools will reopen Tuesday after an employee tested positive for the coronavirus.
Coronavirus Response: Baltimore City Schools Race To Hand Out Computers As City Council Weighs More Technology FundingBaltimore City Public Schools will begin handing out computers Monday to students who don't have access to a computer at home so they can complete their schoolwork amid the coronavirus pandemic.
City School Emergency Meal Site Closed After Employee Tests Positive For COVID-19Baltimore City Public Schools learned that an employee working at an emergency meal site tested positive for coronavirus.
Coronavirus Latest: Baltimore City Schools Surveys Families To Assess Food, Technology NeedsIn an effort to reach as many families as possible, the survey will be sent via call, text, email and social media.
Coronavirus Latest: Baltimore City Schools Set Up Free Pop-Up Grocery StoresBaltimore schools are setting up multiple pop-up shops Wednesday afternoon to give away free groceries.