COVID Latest: Baltimore City Schools Pauses In-Person Learning Programs Before Winter BreakBaltimore City Public Schools will pause all in-person learning programs a few days before its winter break. 
COVID-19 Latest: Baltimore City Schools Postpones Start Of All In-Person Athletics Until Further NoticeBaltimore City Schools is postponing the start of all in-person athletics activities until further notice, citing coronavirus concerns.
COVID-19 Latest: Baltimore City Public Schools To Pause In-Person Learning For Week After ThanksgivingBaltimore City Public Schools announced Thursday that all in-person student learning programs and meal sites will pause the week after Thanksgiving. 
As Coronavirus Cases Surge, Some Small Groups Return To Classrooms In BaltimoreMonday was the first day back to school in person for some students as the Baltimore City Public Schools system plans to provide in-person opportunities to small groups of prioritized students at 44 schools through the rest of the first semester.
Coronavirus Latest: 44 Baltimore City Schools To Reopen For Small Group In-Person Learning SitesForty-four schools within the Baltimore City Public Schools system will reopen for small group in-person learning by mid-November in an effort to help students struggling the most during the coronavirus pandemic.
Baltimore Teachers Union Blasts City Schools' Decision To Bring Some Students Back For In-Person LearningLess than a day after Baltimore City School leaders announced some students will be back in the classroom in November, the Teachers' Union has a stern response.
Baltimore City Schools Bringing Back Limited Number Of Students To In-Person Learning In NovemberA limited group of students will return.
Baltimore City Schools’ CEO Talks Reopening, Layoffs; Baltimore County Reverses Decision To Bring Teachers Back Next MonthBaltimore City Schools’ CEO says the virtual start to this unprecedented school year has been fairly smooth.
Additional $60M Available For Baltimore School Construction Through 21st Century School Buildings ProgramAn additional $60 million is available to help build schools in Baltimore, Gov. Larry Hogan announced Friday.
City Schools Partner With Uber, Lyft To Give Students Free Rides To Immunization AppointmentsBaltimore City Public Schools are partnering with Lyft and Uber to help students get their immunizations. 
Maryland Book Bank Hits 25K Books Mailed To Baltimore KidsAs part of the new story kit program, the Book Bank has mailed 25,000 books to the homes of 5,000 students.