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Support workers union ‘reimagining’ MCPS employees’ roles for the fall

They could help with emotional well-being, reading to young children

UPDATED: Gayles rescinds order to keep private schools from in-person classes

Instead, advises nonpublic schools not to reopen; Congressman wants federal investigation

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MCPS surpasses 4 million meals provided during pandemic

Meals are distributed at about 100 sites in county

‘We are not asking for money’: Teachers union wants to go back to bargaining

School board extends union contract until Sept. 30, unless new agreement reached

Smith says MCPS reopening could happen sooner if health conditions drastically improve

School board shares concerns, hopes about plan for online fall semester

State health secretary reiterates that nonpublic schools shouldn’t be closed in a ‘blanket manner’

Memo comes a day after Montgomery County orders private schools not open for in-school instruction for the second time

State delegates from county urge MCPS to find innovative ways to provide childcare in the fall

Non-classroom employees, college students could aid in effort, delegates said

Protesters decry shutdown order aimed at keeping private schools from reopening

Some point to transmission numbers, mental health as reasons for in-person classes

UPDATED: Gayles issues new order prohibiting reopening of nonpublic schools

Health officer cites different Maryland law; governor overturned earlier order

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Council approves order reopening tattoo parlors, tanning salons, more

But officials express concern about some terms of order

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