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Anne Arundel County Public Schools to end live virtual learning for COVID-positive students after spring break

April 7, 2022

Students who are isolated from school due to testing positive for COVID-19 will no longer receive live virtual instruction while away from school, Superintendent George Arlotto told the Board of Education on Wednesday. He said a low number of cases among students and Anne Arundel County’s low community spread prompted him to make the change, effective April 19. Students will be on spring break April 11-18, and when they return on the 19th, the system will no longer offer “direct synchronous education for isolated students,” Arlotto said.

Article Source: Baltimore Sun

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