Special Update: City Schools Announces List of Additional Small Group In-Person Learning Sites

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Hello City Schools Families,

A few weeks ago, Baltimore City Public Schools (City Schools) shared that we will offer in-person opportunities to more groups of prioritized students. We have now identified the additional schools that have demonstrated readiness for hosting these opportunities and will serve students who choose to participate in small group in-person learning, beginning this month.

For certain groups of students at schools offering in-person learning, families may choose the in-person learning option or remain in virtual learning. Families who do not want that opportunity will have the option to remain with virtual learning. Students not enrolled at these schools will not have access to in-person learning options at this time.

We have always maintained that in-person learning was the best option for students. However, the health and safety of our students and staff are paramount. We will continue to work closely with the Baltimore City Health Department and our Health Advisory Committee to ensure that we adhere to approved health and safety guidelines at every site, every day.

To learn more about small group in-person learning and the procedures in place to keep students and staff members safe, please join us for a special town hall tonight at 5:30 p.m. The event will be streamed live on the district’s Facebook and YouTube pages.

The small group in-person schools and their start dates are as follows:

Students at Separate Public Day Schools that choose in-person learning will be assigned to one of the following four sites, to start on Monday, November 9.

Claremont School
Joseph C. Briscoe Academy
Sharp-Leadenhall Elementary School
William S. Baer School

Also, the following students also have the option to begin in-person learning starting Nov. 9: LRE-C, Early Learning Environment Pre-K/K, Early Therapeutic Environment Pre-K/K, and Early Learning Environment – Deaf & Hard of Hearing Pre-K/K. Those students will be assigned to locations throughout the district.

Sites for prioritized students open on Monday, November 16. Prioritized students are early or young learners, students with disabilities, kindergarten students, English learners, homeless students, students in grades 6 and 9, career and technical education students (CTE), and students who cannot participate consistently in virtual classes for various reasons.

Armistead Gardens Elementary/Middle School
Augusta Fells Savage Institute of Visual Arts
Baltimore International Academy
Baltimore International Academy West
Bay-Brook Elementary/Middle School
Beechfield Elementary/Middle School
Benjamin Franklin High School at Masonville Cove
Callaway Elementary School
Carver Vocational-Technical High School
City Neighbors Charter School
City Neighbors High School
City Springs Elementary/Middle School
Creative City Public Charter School (Program begins Dec. 7)
Digital Harbor High School
Empowerment Academy
Fallstaff Elementary/Middle School
Forest Park High School
Franklin Square Elementary/Middle School
Furley Elementary School
Graceland Park/O’Donnell Heights Elementary/Middle School
Hampstead Hill Academy
Hazelwood Elementary/Middle School
John Ruhrah Elementary/Middle School
Johnston Square Elementary School
Lakeland Elementary/Middle School
Lakewood Elementary School
Lillie May Carroll Jackson School
Maree G. Farring Elementary/Middle School
Moravia Park Elementary School
Mount Royal Elementary/Middle School
New Era Academy
Paul Laurence Dunbar High School
Reginald F. Lewis High School
Renaissance Academy
Southwest Baltimore Charter School
The Historic Cherry Hill Elementary/Middle School
Vivien T. Thomas Medical Arts Academy
Walter P. Carter Elementary/Middle School
Westport Academy
William Paca Elementary School

Las Escuelas de la Ciudad anuncian una lista de sitios adicionales de aprendizaje en persona para grupos pequeños

Hola familias de City Schools,

Hace unas semanas, las Escuelas Públicas de la Ciudad de Baltimore (City Schools) compartieron que ofreceremos oportunidades en persona a más grupos de estudiantes priorizados. Ahora hemos identificado las escuelas adicionales que han demostrado estar listas para albergar estas oportunidades y brindarán servicios a los estudiantes que elijan participar en el aprendizaje en persona en grupos pequeños, a partir de este mes.

Para ciertos grupos de estudiantes en las escuelas que ofrecen aprendizaje en persona, las familias pueden elegir la opción de aprendizaje en persona o permanecer en el aprendizaje virtual. Las familias que no quieran esa oportunidad tendrán la opción de quedarse con el aprendizaje virtual. Los estudiantes que no estén inscritos en estas escuelas no tendrán acceso a las opciones de aprendizaje en persona en este momento.

Siempre hemos sostenido que el aprendizaje en persona era la mejor opción para los estudiantes. Sin embargo, la salud y seguridad de nuestros estudiantes y personal son primordiales. Continuaremos trabajando en estrecha colaboración con el Departamento de Salud de la ciudad de Baltimore y nuestro Comité Asesor de Salud para asegurarnos de cumplir con las pautas de salud y seguridad aprobadas en cada sitio, todos los días.

Para obtener más información sobre el aprendizaje en persona en grupos pequeños y los procedimientos establecidos para mantener seguros a los estudiantes y miembros del personal, únase a nosotros para un ayuntamiento especial esta noche a las 5:30 p.m. El evento se transmitirá en vivo en las páginas de Facebook y YouTube del distrito.

Las escuelas presenciales para grupos pequeños y sus fechas de inicio son las siguientes:

Los estudiantes de Escuelas Públicas Diurnas Separadas que elijan el aprendizaje en persona serán asignados a uno de los siguientes cuatro sitios, para comenzar el lunes 9 de noviembre.

Escuela William S. Baer
Escuela Claremont
Academia Joseph C. Briscoe
Escuela primaria Sharp-Leadenhall

Además, los siguientes estudiantes también tienen la opción de comenzar el aprendizaje en persona a partir del 9 de noviembre: LRE-C, Entorno de aprendizaje temprano Pre-K / K, Entorno terapéutico temprano Pre-K / K, y Entorno de aprendizaje temprano – Sordos y con dificultades auditivas Pre-K / K. Esos estudiantes serán asignados a ubicaciones en todo el distrito.

Los sitios para estudiantes priorizados abren el lunes 16 de noviembre. Los estudiantes priorizados son estudiantes de educación temprana o joven, estudiantes con discapacidades, estudiantes de Kindergarten, estudiantes de inglés (ESOL), estudiantes sin hogar, estudiantes en los grados 6 y 9, estudiantes de educación técnica y profesional (CTE) y estudiantes que no pueden participar consistentemente en clases virtuales por varias razones.

Armistead Gardens Elementary/Middle School
Augusta Fells Savage Institute of Visual Arts
Baltimore International Academy
Baltimore International Academy West
Bay-Brook Elementary/Middle School
Beechfield Elementary/Middle School
Benjamin Franklin High School at Masonville Cove
Callaway Elementary School
Carver Vocational-Technical High School
City Neighbors Charter School
City Neighbors High School
City Springs Elementary/Middle School
Creative City Public Charter School (El programa comienza el 7 de diciembre)
Digital Harbor High School
Empowerment Academy
Fallstaff Elementary/Middle School
Forest Park High School
Franklin Square Elementary/Middle School
Furley Elementary School
Graceland Park/O’Donnell Heights Elementary/Middle School
Hampstead Hill Academy
Hazelwood Elementary/Middle School
John Ruhrah Elementary/Middle School
Johnston Square Elementary School
Lakeland Elementary/Middle School
Lakewood Elementary School
Lillie May Carroll Jackson School
Maree G. Farring Elementary/Middle School
Moravia Park Elementary School
Mount Royal Elementary/Middle School
New Era Academy
Paul Laurence Dunbar High School
Reginald F. Lewis High School
Renaissance Academy
Southwest Baltimore Charter School
The Historic Cherry Hill Elementary/Middle School
Vivien T. Thomas Medical Arts Academy
Walter P. Carter Elementary/Middle School
Westport Academy
William Paca Elementary School