We will be receiving 400 extra doses of Moderna, and 900 doses of Johnson and Johnson. These will be used to increase the allocation to our 75+ residents, our @AACountySchools clinic hosted by @AACoFD, and our non-AACPS educators.
Today @MDHealthDept shared the great news that they will be providing @AAHealth with an extra 1,300 vaccine doses, bringing us to a total of 4,700 vaccines to distribute to our residents this week.
On May 28, 1980 the first class of 55 women midshipmen graduated from the Naval Academy. Four years later, Kristine Holderied became the first woman to graduate at the top of her class.
After they had to cut the heels off their shoes and deal with foot injuries, the uniforms were updated in their second year to finally include proper flat shoes and "White Works" with pants.
Many people were unhappy with the decision to allow women to serve as midshipmen. Due to a lack of preparation, the first class of women midshipmen were given the same uniforms worn by office staff and the nurse corps, which included white skirts, heels, and stockings.
In October 1845 the U.S. Naval Academy opened its doors to the first class of midshipmen and professors. 130 years later in October 1975, by way of an act of Congress, President Ford signed Bill 94-106, mandating the admission of women into the Naval Academy.
In honor of Women's History Month, we will be sharing women's history facts of #AnneArundel County throughout the month to highlight important women in our counties history.
Let's show the teachers some grace and understanding today as they adapt to the challenges of hybrid teaching.
It's been nearly a year since the state of Maryland closed schools to slow the spread of COVID-19. I can honestly say that my kids were happy to walk into that @AACountySchools building today, for something that is a little closer to normal.