Hundreds of children now are barred from Prince George\’s
County classrooms for failing to receive required vaccinations.
UPPER MARLBORO, Md. (AP) — More than 400 students in Prince George’s County are barred from returning to school Wednesday because they haven’t gotten their vaccinations. A spokesman for Prince George’s County Public Schools says…
More than 175,000 students returned to school on Monday in Maryland\’s Prince George\’s and Frederick counties and in Fauquier County, Va., one of the few school Virginia school systems to open before Labor Day.
Parents, students and the business community turned out Wednesday night to meet Kevin Maxwell, the school system\’s new chief executive officer for Prince George\’s County Public Schools.
Kevin Maxwell will head the Prince George\’s County Public School system.
Prince George\’s County Public Schools next year will test a later school starting time at some schools.
There\’s been a lot of hiring at the top for Prince George\’s County
Public Schools — but it\’s not over yet.
Curtis Valentine, Daniel Kaufman and Beverly
Anderson will work alongside nine other elected school board members.
On Saturday, June 1, a new Maryland law takes effect allowing County Executive
Rushern Baker of Prince George\’s County to appoint a new superintendent of
schools for the troubled school system.
Alvin L. Crawley will resign as the interim superintendent of Prince George\’s County Public Schools, Maryland\’s second largest school system, effective June 3.