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Certification is highest teaching credential given to educators in the country.
Report cards will still be go out on Nov. 16, as previously scheduled.
Parents are urged to use caution when getting their children to bus stops on Wednesday.
Some maintenance workers will tend to schools depending if any buildings are damaged during the storm.
School system custodians, cafeteria workers, administrators and secretaries are all set to receive the same 1.25 percent salary increase as AACPS teachers.
Teacher association officials said they were "satisfied" by the school board's decision, but said there is still much to do.
The National Weather Service is forecasting heavy winds with gusts as strong as 40 mph.
Sarah Baker, Cailin Oakes and Samantha Poyer are three of the 15 Anne Arundel County students selected to be semifinalists.
School superintendent Kevin Maxwell recommends requesting nearly $48 million from the state to fund county building and design projects.
Auditors report that African-American students make up 22 percent of total enrollment, but receive nearly 45 percent of all referrals issued by educators.
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