|Release Date: 7/4/2012|
TOWSON, MD. – Progress continues on restoring power to Baltimore County public schools affected by last week’s storms; 16 schools remained without power as of Wednesday evening and will be closed on Thursday, July 5, 2012.
“We are continuing our efforts to have all of our school facilities open," said Superintendent Dr. S. Dallas Dance. “The staff in the Department of Physical Facilities is working diligently with BGE to get the power restored in our schools."
All activities are cancelled for the schools that remain closed on Thursday, July 5, 2012. Staffs at closed school buildings continue to report to alternate sites.
Summer school does not begin in Baltimore County schools until Monday, July 9, but all schools are staffed during summer months for those seeking to enroll students and for other business.
Schools and office sites scheduled to be closed on Thursday, July 5, 2012, are the following:
Baltimore County Public Schools, the nation’s 26th largest school district, educates 105,000 students each year. The school system has earned a national reputation for academic rigor and student achievement for all and attracts recognition for its emphasis on college-readiness, use of innovative technology, and the excellence of its high schools and fine arts instruction.