Prince George’s County schools to resume in person learning in April

Prince George’s County schools will reopen for in-person learning in April, the district announced on Wednesday.

Families will have the option of selecting distance learning or in-person hybrid learning through the end of the school year.

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The district will begin on April 8 by offering classes two days a week for all special education students in kindergarten through 12th grade, and for prekindergarten through sixth and 12th grade.

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On Thursday, April 15, phase two instruction will begin for students in seventh through 11th grades.

Educators will be expected to return to the classroom ahead of time.

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The district will distribute a survey beginning today to families so they can select either virtual or hybrid learning.

They will have until Sunday, Feb. 28 to complete the survey.