Baltimore County Superintendent Defends Track Record As Pressure MountsDr. Williams and his administration have faced criticism for their response to the pandemic along with bus driver and staff shortages.
Baltimore County Schools Announce Series Of June Job FairsThe recruitment events vary in time and location and include both virtual and in-person events.
Olszewski Announces $70M In School Investments, New Scotts Branch Elementary SchoolThe county executive's budget last year provided funding for an addition and renovation for the school, but House Speaker Adrienne Jones was able to secure additional construction funding.
Baltimore County Public Schools Hear From Parents As District Sees Recurring ViolenceMost parents talked about how fights and violence on campus need to be met with severe disciplinary action every time, because of the effect it's having on all students.
Baltimore County Schools’ Retirement Accounts Affected By 2020 Ransomware AttackThe district has estimated 8,000 retired educators’ pensions are affected, primarily through medical insurance payments.
60 Baltimore City Public Schools Go Virtual As Teachers’ Union Blasts Administration; County Schools Virtual Until TuesdayThe school system has yet to update their covid dashboard, so it is unclear how many cases there are in the schools.
Baltimore County Schools Suspend Extracurriculars To Suppress COVID-19 SurgeThe suspension, which includes clubs, programs and in-person tutoring, will start Wednesday, and is set to end Jan. 7.
Unity Playground Dedicated In Honor Of Fallen Baltimore County Police Officer Amy CaprioBaltimore County Schools, along with county officials, dedicated a Unity Playground at Gunpowder Elementary Schools in memory of Officer Amy Caprio, who died in the line of duty in Perry Hall in 2018 when she interrupted a burglary.
Baltimore County History Teacher Brianna Ross Named Maryland's Teacher Of The YearOfficials announced that Brianna Ross has been named the 2021-2022 Maryland Teacher of the Year.
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.