Phase II of the Continuity of Learning Plan begins Monday, April 6th, with details provided in this section of the website. Administrators and teachers either have been or will be in touch through phone call and/or email to provide specific grade level details.
Creating a Continuity of Learning Plan to reach 5,800 students has been an unexpected and daunting challenge. Distance learning cannot reasonably replace daily in-person instructional programs, and this plan is not intended to re-create the school day.
The plan does seek to provide both structure and flexibility for students, teachers and families. We understand the challenges our families and staff may face while participating in distance learning. We don't have all the answers right now, and we know adjustments will have to be made as we travel an uncharted path. Be assured that together, we will work hard to provide the best possible solutions for Caroline students.
--Dr. Patty Saelens, Superintendent
General Closure Information
All Caroline County Public Schools were closed as of Monday, March 16, and remain closed through Friday, April 24, based on a directive from the state superintendent.
We know this closure presents a hardship for students and families. We are committed to providing as much information as possible in a timely manner, and supporting staff, students, and families throughout this difficult time.
For the most up-to-date local information and resources available, please visit the Caroline County COVID-19 website.