Anne Arundel County Public Schools is considering a plan to switch to virtual learning on days with inclement weather. Superintendent Mark Bedell said no one plans to get rid of snow days altogether, but there is still much to be explored with the new learning tool. Last school year was extended through June 24 due to eight inclement weather days. During Wednesday’s Board of Education meeting, Chief Communications Officer Bob Mosier reviewed guidelines set by the Maryland State Department of Education, which dictate how virtual instruction can be used for the current academic year.
Anne Arundel school leaders hear plan to teach virtually on snow days, open public comment period
September 12, 2022