Homebound and Hospital Instruction is a program to help students in grades Pre-K through 12 continue their education while they are unable to attend school because of a health condition such as broken limb, cancer, hospitalization, surgery, pregnancy, sickle cell anemia, cystic fibrosis, juvenile diabetes or other conditions, or because of a temporary emotional condition. This service is provided in order to keep students current with Prince George's County Public Schools curriculum.
Homebound and Hospital services include:
1. Direct instruction by an instructor who teaches the student in the home, hospital, therapeutic center and/or an alternative setting.
2. Virtual-online instruction taught by highly qualified teachers. This service is available to a student with a computer and internet access.