Baltimore’s public schools and the city’s Department of Recreation and Parks are partnering to provide more than 1,000 students access to virtual learning lessons at 15 schools and recreation centers.
The program is to start September 28. It is designed to provide students in grades K-5 who might not have Wi-Fi access a way to complete their lessons.
To serve students and to meet social distancing guidelines, the program will be limited to 10 to 15 students per group at these centers:
- William Paca Elementary
- Waverly Elementary Middle
- Calvin M. Rodwell Elementary Middle
- Dorothy I. Height Elementary
- Elmer A. Henderson Elementary Middle
- Wildwood Elementary Middle
- Mary E. Rodman Elementary
- Sinclair Lane Elementary
- Pimlico Elementary Middle
- Sandtown-Winchester Elementary Middle
- Farring Bay-Brook Recreation Center
- Lakeland Recreation and STEAM Center
- John Ruhrah Elementary Middle
- Beechfield Elementary Middle
- Baltimore International Academy East
Families can apply for the program on the city schools' website, or by calling the Student Learning Centers hotline at 443-984-2001.