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'We need some kind of relief': Cecil superintendent talks with Sens. Cardin, VanHollen (copy)

Dr. Jeffrey Lawson, CCPS superintendent, talked with Sens. Cardin, Van Hollen

Jeff Lawson, Superintendent of Cecil County Public Schools, participated in a teleconference with other Maryland public school superintendents, meeting with US Sens. Cardin and Van Hollen about the impact of the pandemic on the schools.

ELKTON — The superintendent of Cecil County Public Schools participated Wednesday in a telephone conference with U.S. Senators Ben Cardin and Chris Van Hollen, saying the men were "very receptive" to what he and other superintendents for Maryland's public schools had to say about the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the schools.

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