Baltimore City Schools To Kick Off Summer Family FestivalsBaltimore City Public Schools are inviting students, families and members of the community to their Summer Family Festivals beginning Thursday, July 29.
School District To Receive Additional Funding To Upgrade Outdated HVAC Systems In Baltimore City SchoolsTwo dozen Baltimore City Schools currently do not have air conditioning and on some of the hotter days, those schools are forced to close or let out early.
Baltimore City Schools Hosts State Of The District Address To Help Prepare For Upcoming School YearBaltimore City Public Schools hosted a State of The District Address this morning to help prepare for the upcoming school year. District leaders said the pandemic has not only highlighted some of the challenges but also its strengths.
Baltimore City Schools Announces Summer Operating ScheduleBaltimore City Schools announced their summer operating schedule.
Baltimore City And 2 County Schools Without Air Conditioning To Participate In Virtual Learning TuesdayBaltimore City Schools announced that buildings without air conditioning will continue with virtual learning on Tuesday
Baltimore City Schools Announced That All Students Will Be Promoted To The Next GradeBaltimore City Public Schools announced that failing students will not have to repeat a grade on Tuesday.
Baltimore City Schools Remember Students Lost To Violence Over Past YearWhen a child's life is lost to violence, many mourn, including their schools and teachers who wanted to watch them grow. Baltimore City Schools hosted its annual Peace and Remembrance Day Wednesday to pay tribute and commit to peace.
Baltimore Mayor Announces New Summer Internship Program For City Students, Baltimore TracksFor years, Baltimore has invested in technology for young people across the area. Now, they can start to learn to make a living out of it with a new summer internship called Baltimore Tracks.
Intensive Tutoring Needed To Close The Education Gap Caused By COVID-19 Pandemic, Abell Foundation Study SaysA report last week found that failure rates have doubled or even tripled during the second semester at most Maryland schools amid the COVID-19 pandemic. A study out of the Baltimore-based Abell Foundation has some ideas to help close the learning gap.
24 New COVID Cases Reported Within Baltimore City Schools, Teacher's Union SaysBaltimore City Schools' Teacher Union said its received notification of 24 new COVID-19 cases across 19 different schools Thursday afternoon.
More Baltimore City Public Schools Kids Return To Classroom This WeekBaltimore City schools resumed in-person learning Monday. After welcoming kindergarten through second-grade students in the last couple weeks, another 3,000 to 5,000 students are heading back.
Several Quarantining After Positive COVID Case Reported At Baltimore City SchoolsSeveral people are quarantining after positive coronavirus cases were reported at one Baltimore City school and a possible COVID exposure was reported at another.
Baltimore City Schools In-Person Learning, Meal Sites Closed Due To Winter Weather; Virtual Learning Will ContinueBaltimore City Public Schools meal sites and in-person learning locations will be closed Friday due to the weather, the school system said Thursday.
Maryland Weather: Baltimore City Schools In-Person Learning, Meal Sites Closed Due To Snow; Virtual Learning Will ContinueBaltimore City Public Schools meal sites and in-person learning locations will be closed Thursday due to the weather, the school system said Wednesday.
Services Restored After Baltimore City School Experienced Intermittent Interruptions On NetworkBaltimore City Public Schools is experiencing intermittent interruptions on its network Tuesday.