virtual learning

⭐ Parent Panel: Where Do We Go from Here? Helping Families Adjust to Life in the Post Pandemic World (Baltimore County Public Library)- VIRTUAL

Our children are resilient, yet so much has changed and will continue to change. Wondering about the transition back to school, work and life for your children and how to prepare them for a successful transition? Our panelists offer guidance to help families deal with anxiety, fear and worry that […]

Virtual Learning & Special Education Committee Town Hall (MCCPTA) – VIRTUAL

Join MCCPTA on February 1st, at 7pm for a Town Hall meeting on Special Education during Virtual Learning (Elected Officials and MCPS Staff in Attendance). Reserve your spot by registering today: -Register -Sign Petition -Share Your Story MCPS needs to take immediate action to support Special Education students. Sign […]

Online Resources for Families During Distance Learning (MCPS Parent Academy) – VIRTUAL

Virtual learning can be difficult to navigate. Let MCPS school library media programs be your guide. Support your children by exploring the many online resources available for students to tap into while learning from home. We will include the fundamentals of the inquiry process of research and how to encourage […]

Blair High School: Parent Visitation Days/Visit Your Student’s Zoom Classes (VIRTUAL)

VISIT STUDENT’S ZOOM CLASSES: 8:30 am – 12:30 pm Blair HS Event Weblink (above fliers): Blair HS Calendar: If you need help (during school lunchtime hour), you can virtually attend the following sessions: 11 am-11:30 am ParentVue Demo 11:45 am -12:00 pm Naviance Demo 12 pm -12:15 pm […]

Community Conversation on Virtual Learning (Montgomery County Board of Education) – VIRTUAL

The Board of Education’s Communication and Stakeholder Engagement Committee is hosting a community conversation about virtual learning on Monday, Oct. 19, 2020 from 6 – 7:30 p.m. You can watch at, or on MCPS-TV (Comcast 33, Verizon 36 and RCN 88). You can submit questions in advance at […]

Back to School Survival Tips for Parents (Baltimore Cty Public Library) – VIRTUAL

Sylvan Learning’s Emily Levitt, vice president of education, shares helpful tips, strategies and more that can help make back to school — even though it may look a bit different this year — a positive experience for every family.​ Register HERE.