Now That Students Have Returned To The Classroom, One Question Remains: Are Children Safe?Students are back in school and scientists along with doctors are trying to get a handle on how the pandemic is being tracked as large numbers of kids are congregated in school buildings. 
23 High School, College Students To Serve On Maryland Youth Advisory CouncilTwenty-three high school and college students from 10 Maryland counties will serve one-year terms on the Maryland Youth Advisory Council, according to a statement Friday from Gov. Larry Hogan's Office of Crime Prevention, Youth and Victim Services.
Baltimore Teacher Receives $25K To Buy New Equipment For Her Photography & Visual Arts StudentsA Baltimore teacher takes home a big prize -- $25,000 to buy all new equipment for her photography and visual arts students. 
For The Third Day In A Row, Some Baltimore City Schools Were Forced To Dismiss Early Due To Lack Of Air ConditioningFirst it was the pandemic, now it's these summer-like temperatures, interrupting learning for thousands of students.
Bowie State University Receives $1M Donation From Adobe To Increase Tech Talent PipelineOfficials at Bowie State University announced that the school has received a $1 million donation from Adobe as part of the Adobe Anchor School Program.
General Assembly Committee Approves Mask Mandate In Public SchoolsBy a vote of 10 to 7, a Maryland General Assembly committee approved a mask mandate for all Maryland public schools.
As Schools Reopen, Experts Say Quarantines Are Still Necessary To Stop The Spread Of COVID-19Millions of children are back in the classroom for the new school year, but most aren't vaccinated yet. With children now accounting for more than a quarter of weekly COVID-19 cases nationwide, many communities are turning to a familiar public health tool: quarantines.
Homecoming Dances And Indoor Pep Rallies In Baltimore County Cancelled Due To COVID-19 Concerns, School System SaysFall sports are already underway at Baltimore County high schools, but students won't get to take part in homecoming dances or indoor pep rallies again this year, the school system announced Tuesday.
Baltimore City Public Schools With No Air Conditioning Will Close Early On TuesdayOn Tuesday, September 14, Baltimore City Public Schools that don't have air conditioning or have units under repair will have an early release at 12 p.m.
Frederick Police Investigate 'Threat Of Shooting' At Monocacy Middle SchoolFrederick Police along with Frederick County Schools are investigating the threat of a shooting at Monocacy Middle School. 
Baltimore City Schools Without AC To Dismiss At Noon Monday, Sept. 13Officials announced that Baltimore City Schools without air conditioning will dismiss at 12 p.m. Monday, Sept. 13. 
Maryland General Assembly Committee To Vote On Statewide School Mask MandateAs COVID cases rise and students return to the classroom, a General Assembly committee is getting ready to vote on the mask mandate for all Maryland public schools.
Henderson-Hopkins School To Celebrate Opening Of New Track And Field MondayBaltimore Mayor Brandon Scott and Ron Daniels, president of Johns Hopkins University, will lace up their running shoes and run two ceremonial laps Monday to celebrate the grand opening of the new track and field at the Elmer A. Henderson: A Johns Hopkins Partnership School.
CCBC To Get More Money To Train Veterans To Get Commercial Drivers' LicensesThe Community College of Baltimore County's Transportation Training Center program will expand from 18 to 28 students, thanks to nearly $124,000 in federal funding, according to a statement from Sen. Chris Van Hollen's office Friday.
Morgan State University Awarded Over $7M To Establish The Center For Advanced Electro-PhotonicsMorgan State University announced that the school was awarded a five-year, $7.5 million grant from the U.S. Department of Defense to help establish the Center for Advanced Electro-Photonics with 2D Materials.