Coronavirus Update #7
Posted 03/25/2020 08:00PM

March 25, 2020 

Dear Bullis Community,

I hope you are all enjoying time to relax during our spring break. As promised, I want to keep you up-to-date with any changes and developments at Bullis. Today, Governor Hogan announced that Maryland public schools would remain closed through April 24, and Bullis will also follow his recommendation. The Bullis campus will remain closed through Friday, April 24. If feasible, we would return to campus on Monday, April 27. We will make that decision later as we continue to monitor the coronavirus situation in our local area and beyond.

Our remote learning program, which proved very successful last week, will resume on Tuesday, March 31 as planned, now continuing through April 24. Please know that we are carefully considering every educational, social, and activity component for your children with each decision we make, and we will continue to do so over the next several weeks. The Bullis senior administrative team is meeting often to address every aspect regarding the needs of our students and our community. Our priority is to ensure the safety and wellbeing of our community and to continue educational support for your children.

Later this week, I will send out a letter to update you regarding measures we have taken on campus and a few other matters of interest to the community. We greatly appreciate your patience and understanding and are grateful for your support during this difficult time. I hope you are all safe and healthy.

My best regards,


Gerald L. Boarman, Ed.D.

Bullis School
10601 Falls Road Potomac MD 20854
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