We’d like to share this recent Bethesda Magazine article regarding child care accommodations in public schools.

Council considering $7.7M to help child care providers operate in public schools

Another $864K would go to mental health for schools

Child care providers who provide programs in Montgomery County Public School buildings might get financial help for the cost of offering care during a virtual learning semester.

The County Council is considering spending roughly $7.7 million in federal grant funds to provide before, during and after school child care to students in low-income working families and children in foster care during the fall school semester.

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