Homecoming And Indoor Pep Rallies Are Canceled In Baltimore County After Concerns Of COVID AriseAcross the region, a potential spike in COVID-19 is already disrupting the normal functions of hospitals and schools.
Baltimore County Schools Officials Answer Parents' Questions About COVID ImpactsThe Baltimore County public school system is one of the districts in Maryland that started the 2021-2022 school year this week. On day two of the new school year, Superintendent Darryl Williams and other school leaders provided an update on the transition back into the classroom for tens of thousands of students.
Baltimore County Schools To Require Proof Of Covid-19 Vaccination Or Weekly Testing For StaffBaltimore County Schools announced Tuesday that they will require employees to show proof of covid-19 vaccination or to submit to weekly testing.
Masks No Longer Required In Baltimore Co. Schools Or Offices Beginning July 1, Officials SayBaltimore County Schools announced that beginning July 1, masks will no longer be required in schools or offices. However, masks will be required on school buses.
Baltimore County Summer Lunch Program Starts Next WeekBaltimore County Schools announced Thursday that its summer lunch program starts Monday, June 28. Free summer meals are provided to anyone under 18 through the program.
In-Person Learning Available 4 Days A Week For All Baltimore County StudentsEvery student in Baltimore County has the option to go back to in-person learning for 4 days a week. This is a switch from just a week ago where the majority of the learning options were still online.
Baltimore County Students Line Up For Covid Vaccine At School ClinicsTeenagers are now in line to get the Covid-19 vaccine. Many schools in our area are converting into adolescent vaccine sites, making it a pretty easy process for the thousands of teens now eligible who say they're looking forward to taking off their masks once all or most of their friends are vaccinated.
Baltimore County Leaders Propose Record Investment In Schools Ahead Of New School YearAfter an unusual school year due to the pandemic, Baltimore County leaders are proposing a record investment into schools ahead of next year.
Baltimore County Board Of Education Approves Contracts After Ransomware Cyber AttackThe Baltimore County School Board has approved nearly $2 million in contracts in connection to the aftermath of the ransomware cyber attack in November 2020.
Baltimore County Schools: No Data Was Accessed, Stolen After Ransomware Cyber AttackBaltimore County Public Schools said Wednesday that the third-party experts with whom they've been working with in the ransomware cyber attack case have confirmed that there is no evidence that any data was accessed or stolen.
Baltimore County Public Schools Students Must Trade In HP, Windows Devices Following Ransomware Cyber AttackBaltimore County Public Schools announced Friday all students and staff with an HP or Windows-based device from BCPS must go to a Baltimore County public high school to have it replaced following the recent ransomware cyber attack.
Baltimore County Schools To Close Monday, Tuesday Due To Ransomware Cyber AttackBaltimore County Schools said Saturday schools will be closed for students on Monday, November 30, and Tuesday, December 1, as a result of the ransomware cyber attack that forced schools to close on Wednesday.
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.
Baltimore County Schools To Provide Daily Updates On 'Catastrophic' Ransomware Cyber AttackBaltimore County Schools said Friday that they plan to provide daily updates at 4 p.m. on a "catastrophic" ransomware cyber attack that forced schools to close on Wednesday.
Coronavirus Latest: Anne Arundel County Schools To Remain Virtual Through First SemesterThe Anne Arundel County Board of Education voted Wednesday to remain virtual through at least the first semester amid the coronavirus pandemic.