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State confirms ACPS did submit school reopening plan

August 29th, 2020 by WCBC Radio

After being listed by Governor Larry Hogan as  one of eight county school systems in Maryland that had not submitted a reopening plan for schools to the state- the Allegany County Public School System has released a statement clarifying that in fact a plan had been submitted prior to the state deadline:

 ACPS just wanted to make a point of clarification regarding yesterday's press conference from the Governor regarding our Recovery Plan. After receiving confirmation from MSDE today, all local school systems' Recovery Plans were submitted on time. Many districts, including Allegany County, actually submitted plans prior to the August 14th deadline date. We believe that the misunderstanding/miscommunication was in reference to the non-transitioning of small groups of students back into the schools in the fall. 

5 Responses to “State confirms ACPS did submit school reopening plan”

  1. August 29, 2020 at 7:28 am, Wilma said:

    Submitted it a day after Hogan’s announcement. Why not do ad WVa and do half in and half out? Could sent Elementary bavk , those buses and schools are half empty anyway… I guess its easier and lazier to teach online .


  2. August 29, 2020 at 9:19 am, Jay said:

    Anything Aydelotte can do to make the school system look bad.


  3. August 29, 2020 at 12:24 pm, Virgil said:

    WCBC did their job reporting what the Governor said. If the governor made a mistake that the fault of WCBC


  4. August 29, 2020 at 1:48 pm, Ron said:

    I heard Dave’s live radio message and considering the tone I must agree with Jay.


  5. August 30, 2020 at 7:12 am, Goose said:

    Dave’s nothing but a pot stirrer and he did well with one of his favorite whipping boys the BOE and the teachers. His bias on many things is hardly hidden.


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