Montgomery County Public Schools have remained entirely virtual since the start of the school year. So what happens if it snows?
Fox 5 reported the following for Montgomery County:
”Unless there is a countywide power outage of sorts, the county anticipates following their normal virtual instructional schedules on days when it snows. They say they would need to revisit that once they start to bring groups of students back in the building.”
MCPS does have a plan to continue providing meals for students in need during the winter storm. They’ll be providing three days’ worth of meals will be served at meal sites on Tuesday, Dec. 15, to cover Dec. 15 – Dec. 17. Meal service will resume on Friday, Dec. 18.
A poll we started on our MoCoSnow Twitter account (@MCPSsnow) has led to mixed results on whether or not students should still have snow days during virtual learning.