Hello Parents! A conversation with AACPS’s Bob Mosier (E-71)

When he makes that call, Bob Mosier is a hero to 84,000 students, but the nemesis of parents who need to scramble.

But, as spokesperson for the Anne Arundel County Public Schools, it is a lot more than just making the call to cancel school for a snow day.

This week we talk about snow days, homeless students, the highs and lows of speaking for a community twice the size of the City of Annapolis!

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