Twilight school intended to help middle school students catch up

Anne Arundel County is helping students who fell behind due to the COVID-19 pandemic to catch up with what it calls twilight school. For years, twilight school was popular among high school students, but the pandemic forced the district to give it a try for middle school students as well. Even though students are returning to in-person instruction, for so many, learning from home caused many of them to fall behind, especially middle school students. Anne Arundel County took notice of at 500 students from its 22 middle schools who need extra help.