Further School Closures in MD and COVID-19 Efforts

State Superintendent Karen Salmon announced that all Maryland public schools will now remain closed for another four weeks through April 24, 2020 in order to slow the spread of COVID-19.

During Governor Hogan’s March 25 press release, several announcements were made including the extended closure of Maryland public schools. “I am working in concert with all local school system superintendents, including multiple calls per week, in order to provide the continuity of learning to all of our students in every jurisdiction across the State of Maryland during this time” said Superintendent Salmon, “We plan to resume the continuity of learning next week, and we will be working closely with local superintendents, school administrators, and our teachers to activate that plan.”

Mike Ricci, Governor Hogan’s Communication Director live tweeted other efforts that the Governor is taking.