Pending Power, Programs at County Schools Resume Thursday
Summer schools and camps at Montgomery County Public Schools will start up again on Thursday, July 5, if hosting schools have power.
Update (Wednesday, July 4): The following Montgomery County Public Schools facilities were without power as of 5 p.m. on Wednesday, July 4, according to a county schools statement.
- Beall Elementary School
- Bethesda-Chevy Chase High School
- Bradley Hills Elementary Schools (at the Radnor Center)
- Chevy Chase Elementary School
- Albert Einstein High School
- Blair Ewing Center
- Farmland Elementary School
- Forest Oak Middle School
- Gaithersburg Middle School
- Highland Elementary School
- Walter Johnson High School
- Northwood High School
- Olney Elementary School
- Pyle Middle School
- Rocking Horse Road Center
- Stonegate Elementary School
- Washington Grove Elementary School
- Julius West Middle School
- Westland Middle School
- Walt Whitman High School
This list will be updated on Thursday, July 5, by 6 a.m. If power is restored to a school on this list before 6 a.m. on July 5, scheduled activities will be held. For the latest updated list of schools without power, visit the Montgomery County Public Schools website.
Original post (Tuesday, July 3): Programs and activities in Montgomery County Public Schools will partially resume on Thursday, although some schools may still be without power, according to a county schools statement.
Community use of school buildings—including summer camps and recreation and daycare programs—will begin again on Thursday, as long as hosting schools have power. If a school does not have power, programs at that building are canceled.
The Montgomery County Public Schools Summer Meals Program will resume on Thursday at summer meal program locations that have power.
Regarding summer school programs:
- Elementary Regional Summer School will begin on Monday, July 9, and end on Tuesday, July 31. A teacher in-service day will be held on Friday, July 6.
- ELO/SAIL and Middle School Extended Year programs will begin on Monday, July 9.
- Extended School Year (ESY) programs for special education students will begin on Monday, July 9, with teacher in-service days on Thursday, July 5, or Friday, July 6.
- High school summer courses at the four regional centers will resume on Thursday, July 5, and the school day will be extended by one hour and 20 minutes each day to make up for the time lost on July 2 and 3. School will start at 8:10 a.m. and end at 2:20 p.m. each day. Lunches will be served at all four regional centers (Bethesda-Chevy Chase, Churchill, Clarksburg and Northwood high schools). For more information on local high school summer programs, please contact schools directly.