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Baltimore County superintendent talks about reopening buildings

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Monday, March 1, 2021
Tyler Waldman, WBAL NewsRadio 1090 and FM 101.5

Baltimore County Public Schools Superintendent Darryl Williams was at Lyons Mill Elementary School to see what is now a rare sight–buses and cars dropping off students.

Baltimore County is one of many jurisdictions in the state that began hybrid learning Monday. Students whose parents opted in are returning to the classroom for part of the week.

“Well when it comes to safety, we are guided by the CDC guidelines and our recommendations from our own health department, so we have a lot of mitigation strategies in place,” Williams told C4 and Bryan Nehman.

He said that virtual learning had received “mixed reviews” and that it didn’t work for every student.

Williams also talked about grading, school sports and the impact of the November ransomware attack on school systems.

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