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Allegany County BOE to present overview of in-person instruction plan

September 8th, 2020 by WCBC Radio

School districts that planned not  to have students return for in-person instruction until the second semester are being required to “reevaluate their reopening plans” and submit them to the Maryland State Department of Education by the third week of November. The Allegany County Board of Education will meet today to provide an overview of the plan and that could include providing a projected timeline for students to return to the classrooms for in-person instruction. School Board President Tammy Fraley tells WCBC News that the majority of the feedback she has received both personally and as a board member has the majority leaning toward continuing online instruction…