Some Maryland students return to schools for in-person learning
BALTIMORE, MD (WEAA) —After nearly a year of virtual learning, many Maryland students returned to classrooms for in-person instruction.
Schools opened their doors on Monday morning with extra safety precautions in place to help prevent the spread of the coronavirus.
“I’m looking forward to visiting more school systems across the state in the coming weeks to thank all the teachers, staff, and administrators who have been working so hard to get our kids back into the classrooms”, said Governor Larry Hogan.
WELCOME BACK! We had an awesome opening day for our K-2 students in Cohort A and C. We can tell students and families were smiling behind those masks! All students received breakfast, lunch, supper and snack! We look forward to seeing you tomorrow. @BaltCitySchools pic.twitter.com/6ULp4NAKhz— Thomas Jefferson EMS (@TJEMS232) March 1, 2021
The rain can't dim our warm welcome for students in Cohort/Group A starting hybrid in-person learning today!— Baltimore County Public Schools (@BaltCoPS) March 1, 2021
Thanks to @PerryHallES for demonstrating social distancing, hand sanitizer, and using multiple entrances!
Perry Hall ES album https://t.co/gIqqZdKzdO pic.twitter.com/uknQXbciSk