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Here’s How Local School Districts Are Handling Coronavirus

All Virginia schools are closed through the end of the school year.

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Arlington Public Schools:

All schools are closed through the end of the school year. Learning will continue online during this time. All APS-related non-essential events and trips are canceled.

Falls Church City Public Schools:

Schools are closed through the end of the school year. Learning will continue online during this time.

Montgomery County Public Schools:

All schools are closed through April 24. Learning will continue online during this time.

Loudon County Public Schools:

All schools are closed through the end of the school year. Learning will continue online during this time.

Fairfax County Public Schools:

All schools are closed through the end of the school year. Learning will continue online during this time. All FCPS-sponsored international travel is suspended through June 30.

Prince William County Public Schools:

All schools are closed through the end of the school year. Learning will continue online during this time. Staff should expect to work remotely.

Alexandria City Public Schools:

All schools are closed through the end of the school year. Learning will continue online during this time. Elementary school students are being sent home with instructional packets.

DC Public Schools:

School is canceled March 16 so staff can prepare for the possibility of online-learning implementation. Spring break is moved from April 13-17 to March 17-23. Distance learning will begin March 24 through April 24. DCPS-sponsored student travel outside of the District is suspended through May 1. All school sponsored activities are canceled through April 24.

Prince George’s County Public Schools:

All schools are closed through April 24. Learning will continue online during this time.

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Jane Recker
Assistant Editor

Jane is a Chicago transplant who now calls Cleveland Park her home. Before joining Washingtonian, she wrote for Smithsonian Magazine and the Chicago Sun-Times. She is a graduate of Northwestern University, where she studied journalism and opera.

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