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Academics are returning to their lecture rooms within the Baltimore metropolitan space this week

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Tuesday, February 16, 2021
Anne Kramer, WBAL NewsRadio 1090 and FM 101.5

Most of the Baltimore County Public School staff, including teachers, are returning to the classroom today in preparation for the first students to begin hybrid learning within weeks.

Baltimore County students in Pre-K through Second Grade will return March 1. Then it's a staggered return for the rest of the classes, with the high school's oldest students returning in the week of April 6th.

Headmasters and other administrators at Howard County Public Schools are returning to their buildings starting today. Teachers and staff will return next week to prepare for the first group of students to return to Howard County schools on March 1.

Elementary school teachers in Harford County are returning to their buildings this Thursday as the county's youngest students begin hybrid learning two days a week on March 1. In Anne Arundel County, teachers should be back in their classrooms by tomorrow. Elementary school students begin March 1st in this county.

This week, teachers / staff from multiple school systems are returning to hybrid indoor learning next month. @ BaltCoPS employees return today; @HCPSS admins back today; other staff members later this week in @HCPSchools @wbalradio details all morning @ C4Show @BryanNehman pic.twitter.com/mxeh9zIVhP

– Anne Kramer WBAL (@AnneKramerWBAL) February 16, 2021

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