Montgomery County Public Schools (MCPS) welcomed back about 700 students for the first phase of the return to in-person learning this week.
Students in specific special education and career and technical education programs returned to buildings on March 1. Students in kindergarten through third grade will begin to return to buildings in phases starting March 15. MCPS says they will move forward with plans to gradually bring additional students back if health metrics continue in the right direction.
Meanwhile, some parents say they are pleased with how MCPS is handling the reopening of schools amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
MyMCM spoke with the Montgomery County Council of Parent-Teacher Associations to learn how some families feel about the return to in-person learning so far.
I just wrapped up an interview with @MCC_PTA VP of Advocacy Laura Stewart to hear how some parents feel about the return to in-person learning for MCPS students-which started this week. I’ll have the full story soon. @mymcmedia pic.twitter.com/gbZVCWtX2l
— Jordan Lindsay (@TVJordanLindsay) March 4, 2021
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