Baltimore Co. Schools Closing June 8, Not June 14

Superintendent Joe Hairston announced the date adjustment on Tuesday night.

Students can thank a mild winter for an early summer break.

Baltimore County announced Tuesday night that schools would close on June 8, rather than the originally planned June 14, said Charles Herndon, a Baltimore County Public Schools spokesman. 

"We had such a mild winter, we were able to make the school year four days shorter," Herndon said. "I'm sure it's exciting for students."

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Seven days were originally allotted this year for emergency closures due to inclement weather, he said. Students missed only two days at the start of the school year due to . There were no snow days taken this year in Baltimore County.

Herndon emphasized that shortening the school year is a common practice and students will still fulfil their state-mandated 180-day requirement. 

Will the early closure help schools without air conditioning better deal with the heat? Tell us in the comments.


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