Baltimore City Schools Delay Expanded In-Person Learning To MarchBaltimore City Schools will not expand its optional in-person learning until the first two weeks of March 2021. 
More Than 1,200 Baltimore City Schools Staff Members Register For COVID-19 VaccinationBaltimore City Schools announced Friday more than 1,200 staff members have registered to receive their COVID-19 vaccinations. 
Baltimore City Schools Expanding In-Person Learning Options Starting Feb. 16Baltimore City Public Schools will expand in-person learning options starting February 16.
Baltimore City Schools Website Back Up After Briefly Going DownThe Baltimore City Schools website is back up after it went down for a bit. Engineers worked on determining and resolving the issue.
Beloved Baltimore City Teacher Antwion Ball Dies From COVID-19A beloved Baltimore City Schools teacher died from complications related to COVID-19 last Friday, Nov. 27.
Baltimore City Schools Monitoring For Suspicious Emails After Ransomware Cyber Attack At Baltimore County SchoolsBaltimore City Schools is working to keep their network secure after a ransomware cyber attack forced Baltimore County Schools to close on Wednesday. 
Coronavirus Latest: Baltimore City Schools Scaling Back Reopening Plans Due To Statewide Increase Of CasesBaltimore City Schools announced Tuesday they're scaling back reopening plans amid a surge in coronavirus cases statewide. 
Coronavirus Latest: Baltimore City Schools Teachers Express Concerns District Is Moving Too Fast With Reopening PlansBaltimore City is preparing to reopen about 25 of its schools next month.
Meal Site At Elmer A. Henderson School To Temporarily Close Due To Potential COVID-19 CaseThe Baltimore City Schools meal site at Elmer A. Henderson: A Johns Hopkins Partnership School will be closed on Wednesday, October 21, due to a potential case of COVID-19, according to the school system. 
As Baltimore Schools Eye In-Person Learning, Santelises Outlines Changes Put In Place Due To CoronavirusDuring a roundtable virtual event hosted by the Downtown Partnership Tuesday, Dr. Sonja Santelises, the CEO of Baltimore City Schools, discussed the preparations it took for learning to return this fall.
Baltimore City Schools Hosting Virtual Citywide Back To School NightThere will be activities, remote learning tips, toolkits, instructional videos and online resources.