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Two BCPS public informations scheduled this week to consider central, northeast middle school boundary options

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TOWSON, MD—The Central and Northeast Area Middle School Boundary Study Committee will host two public information sessions this week to provide information and gather feedback about boundary options and the study process. The meeting will include an explanation of the process, a presentation of data, and a Gallery Walk of scenarios.

This week’s meetings are as follows:

  • Wednesday, March 8, from 7 p.m. to 8 p.m.
    Parkville High School
    2600 Putty Hill Ave., Baltimore 21234
  • Thursday, March 9, from 7 p.m. to 8 p.m.
    George Washington Carver Center for Arts and Technology
    938 York Rd., Towson 21204

The purpose of the boundary study is to establish an attendance area for the new northeast area middle school now under construction, to expand the attendance area for Pine Grove Middle School following completion of an addition that also is currently under construction, and to provide capacity relief to participating central and northeast area middle schools.

Schools included in this study are Cockeysville, Dumbarton, Golden Ring, Middle River, Parkville, Perry Hall, Pine Grove, Ridgely, and Stemmers Run middle schools and Loch Raven Academy.

The last scheduled committee meeting is scheduled for Wednesday, March 29, from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. at Parkville High School.

The public is invited to attend committee meetings or view the proceedings online. All information, including all meeting materials, may be found on the Central and Northeast Area Middle School Boundary Study website.

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