Krieger Schechter Day School announced it will hold a series of online discussions and programs related to the coronavirus outbreak.

In a Mar. 19 letter from KSDS head of school Rabbi Moshe Schwartz, Dr. Robyn Blum, head of middle school, and Wendy Gelber, head of lower school, the Pikesville school invited its students and families to a Ta’am Shabbat Zoom on Mar. 20 at 3:30 p.m. to discuss the process of distance learning.

Rabbi Moshe Schwartz of Krieger Schechter Day School

KSDS also invited parents to a Zoom panel discussion and Q&A about the coronavirus on Sunday, Mar. 22, at 9 p.m. Dr. Eili Y. Klein, assistant professor of emergency medicine and epidemiology at Johns Hopkins Medicine and an expert on infectious disease dynamics, will share the latest research on the evolution and spread of COVID-19.

There will also be a panel discussion with leading physicians — all current KSDS parents — who will answer questions about the outbreak.

The panel will feature Dr. Stuart M. Levine, president and chief medical officer of MedStar Health; Dr. David N. Maine, CEO of Mercy Medical Center; Dr. Lauren P. Mendelsohn-Levin, a pediatrician with the Maryland Pediatric Group; and Dr. Jonathan Thierman, chief medical information officer at LifeBridge Health.

For information, visit https://www.ksds.edu/.