It’s back to school Tuesday for students in 22 out of 24 Maryland Counties. County leaders this morning visited schools and met with students as they embark on the 2019-2020 school year.
Here are some highlights:
— Barry Glassman (@HarfordExec) September 3, 2019
Happy first day of school Baltimore! I’m excited to be with students and families in Sandtown-Winchester this morning as they safely make their way to school. Safe passages are critical to getting our children to and from school safely. pic.twitter.com/M7aUpk7zFO
— Mayor Bernard C. Jack Young (@mayorbcyoung) September 3, 2019
Welcome back!! I’m enjoying meeting so many of you this morning as @BCPS_Sup and I stop by several schools. Thank you, educators, for your commitment to our children! Welcome #BackToSchool! @BaltCoPS pic.twitter.com/RkeoBm78ta
— County Executive Johnny Olszewski (@BaltCoExec) September 3, 2019
It's the first day of school. Governor Thomas Johnson High School students are hard at work in biology class. pic.twitter.com/m3H8FzZYzs
— County Exec Gardner (@JanGardnerExec) September 3, 2019
— Calvin Ball (@HoCoGovExec) September 3, 2019
— Angela Alsobrooks (@CEXAlsobrooks) September 3, 2019
— Brandon M. Scott (@CouncilPresBMS) September 3, 2019
Happy first day of school @AACountySchools! This morning Dr. @GeorgeArlotto invited us to help him welcome back the students of Mills Parole Elementary School, West Annapolis Elementary School, and Annapolis Elementary School. pic.twitter.com/XycCNLXUsG
— County Executive Steuart Pittman (@AACoExec) September 3, 2019
— Nancy Navarro (@nancy_navarro) September 3, 2019
— Evan Glass (@EvanMGlass) September 3, 2019
The first day of school is off to a great start! We began the morning with a visit to @hcpss_bbes and @hcpss_pvms, where we had an excellent student-led tour! #HCPSSFirstDay #BackToSchool pic.twitter.com/VS08TXYvIa
— Councilwoman Christiana Mercer Rigby (@councilwomancmr) September 3, 2019
It’s the first day of school here at Northwood Elementary and all across Baltimore, not just for our children but for our principals, teachers, parents, grandparents and all who take part.
— Ryan Dorsey (@ElectRyanDorsey) September 3, 2019
— Baltimore County (@BaltCoGov) September 3, 2019
NEWS RELEASE: #HoCoPolice focus on roadway safety in Howard County school zones. Officers will focus on enforcing speed, seat belt and child safety seat laws in these zones as @HCPSS begins the new school year on Tuesday. https://t.co/UHl1MAvHjB pic.twitter.com/7nJyzSU35Y
— Howard County Police (@HCPDNews) August 30, 2019
So excited about the first day of school – Sam starting 2nd Grade, Will starting kindergarten!
Best of luck to the record 164K students starting at @MCPS today, and enjoying 130K sq ft of new space! And thanks to all our educators and parents!#MCPS1stDay @RollingTerrace pic.twitter.com/vTM4TohPnH
— Tom Hucker (@tomhucker) September 3, 2019
Pr. George's County #FathersStandUp as we walk our kids into class on the @pgcps first day of school! Take the #FathersStandUp Pledge & let's raise academic achievement throughout the school year.#FathersStandUp Pledge: https://t.co/4Bnbr6DY3j#PrinceGeorgesRising#ChoosePGCPS pic.twitter.com/ZYOvmiy7a7
— Friends of Mel Franklin (@melrfranklin) September 3, 2019
— Dayton Oaks ES (@hcpss_does) September 3, 2019
Tomorrow marks the first day of a new school year in Montgomery County. The MCPD will be working with the MCPS to ensure a safe first day for all our students. Watch those crosswalks! Do not pass the school buses! Help us reach the goal of everyone going home safe tomorrow!
— Montgomery County Department of Police (@mcpnews) September 3, 2019
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