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Water Outage Cancels Summer Programs In Prince George's County Schools

In response to the water outage in Prince George's County, Prince George's County Public Schools are closing several summer programs Wednesday, July 17 and Thursday, July 18.

  • Andrew Jackson Academy
  • Benjamin D. Foulois Academy
  • Benjamin Stoddert MS
  • Bradbury Heights ES
  • Concord ES
  • Crossland HS
  • District Heights ES
  • Forest Heights ES
  • Forestville HS
  • Glassmanor ES
  • Imagine Andrews Public Charter
  • Imagine Foundations at Morningside Public Charter
  • Imagine Lincoln Public Charter
  • James Ryder Randall ES
  • Jessie B. Mason Regional
  • Overlook ES
  • Oxon Hill Staff Development Center
  • Panorama ES
  • Potomac HS
  • Princeton ES
  • Samuel Massie Academy
  • Skyline ES
  • Suitland ES
  • Suitland HS
  • William Beanes ES
  • William Hall Academy

There will be a make-up day for ESY and High School Credit Recovery summer programs on July 26. There will no make-up day for Title I or other summer programs. Additionally, the school system says 63 programs will be closed.

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