Baltimore City Public Schools greatly appreciates the enthusiastic support of our community as BCPS moves as quickly as possible to deal with the COVID-19 situation and how it directly impacts our schools and community.
Because campuses will be closed for the remainder of the school year, BCPS is working to mobilize and organize resources for students and families that may need additional assistance.
Please use this page to keep current with how BCPS is dealing with this rapidly changing public health issue. Additional community resources and family support will be updated over the weeks to come.
Rec Centers Meal Program:
40 of the City’s 44 centers will instead serve as food distribution hubs, where school-age children can pick up a midday snack, and prepared dinners in the evening (this does not include special facilities such as Shake and Bake Family Fun Center and Upton Boxing Center). Beginning Monday, students will be able to pick up a snack beginning at 2pm and receive dinner starting at 5pm at any one of 40 recreation center sites and the dinner program will end at 7pm. A list of sites can be found here: https://bcrp.baltimorecity.gov/bcrp-alerts-0