The statement comes as Prince George's County gears up to reopen on June 1.
They say the online classes their children are now taking are not equivalent to the in-person opportunities they paid for.
Classes have been held virtually since March 30.
Some students have struggled with mental health and a lack of motivation to do schoolwork.
The program will take place over one day instead of two, and much of it will be self-guided.
Some professors are offering alternatives to using the software.
The workshops are aimed at helping students manage stress and anxiety during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
Public school closures have left some student-teaching interns uncertain about how they’ll serve students in a digital environment
The Division of IT is advising students who have not received hardware to use mobile data, apply to the Student Crisis Fund and seek special offers through local internet providers.
The announcement comes after Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan's recommendation Thursday morning.