COVID-19


Pandemic Ethics: What We Learned & What Challenges Lie Ahead (MCPL) – VIRTUAL

Join us for Pandemic Ethics: What Have We Learned So Far and what Challenges Lie Ahead? with Mildred Solomon and Bradford Gray. Historically pandemics raise a large and complex set of ethical issues. These questions include, for example, how best to prioritize who will have access to inevitably scarce resources […]


⭐ Compensatory Education for Missed IEP Services During Covid (MCCPTA)

  Has your child with disabilities regressed or did not receive all the services on their IEP this year in virtual learning? Please join the MCCPTA Special Education Committee as we host an important and timely webinar with education attorney, Nicole Joseph who will discuss options on how to get […]


Just Breathe: Mental Health Maintenance For Students (MCPS Parent Academy) – VIRTUAL

Students are facing an unprecedented amount of stress and in many cases loneliness. They’re disconnected from typical activities, such as being around friends, playing sports, or going to the movies. This virtual workshop will provide suggestions and resources to help you support your child’s social-emotional well-being. Recommended for families of […]


Great Decisions: The World Health Organization’s Response to Covid 19 (Prince George’s County Memorial Library) – VIRTUAL

Discussion about how the Covid-19 pandemic thrust the World Health Organization (WHO) into the limelight, for better and for worse. While some of the Trump administration’s criticism of the organization is unfair, the response to the early stages of the pandemic left many experts wanting more from the WHO. What […]


🔈Maryland Residents Age 16+ Are Eligible To Receive COVID-19 Vaccinations Starting Monday, April 12th

All Maryland residents 16-and-over will be eligible to get a COVID-19 vaccination at all State-operated, County-operated and privately operated vaccine clinics in the State starting Monday, April 12, 2021 by order of Governor Larry Hogan.