BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Gov. Larry Hogan required all Maryland school districts to return to some form of in-person and/or hybrid learning by March 1. Here's a county-by-county breakdown of the school districts' decisions: READ MORE: 1 U.S. Capitol Police Officer Killed, Another Injured After Man Rams Vehicle Into Security Barricade, Suspect Also Killed Allegany County Public Schools: ACPS brought some students back on Feb. 8. However, like many other districts around Maryland, they will bring back their youngest learners on March 1. Here's the latest plan: March 1, 2021: Students in grades Pre-K, kindergarten, and Grade 1, those students failing or failing to engage in virtual learning, and identified students with special needs will return to buildings March 8, 2021: Students in Grades 2-5, 6, 9, and 12 will return to buildings March 15, 2021: Students in Grades 7, 8, 10, 11 will return to buildings Anne Arundel County Public Schools: Anne Arundel County Public Schools welcomed back students K through 5 for in-person learning on March 1. Here's a breakdown of the students return: March 1: Students in ECI programs and prekindergarten through Grade 5 and Elementary ACC, Autism, Self-Contained feeder Classrooms March 8, 2021: Students in grades 6,… Read full this story
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