11 Buildings Move Toward Design Phase, Promising New or Renovated Schools for Close to 8,000 Students

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11 Buildings Move Toward Design Phase, Promising New or Renovated Schools for Close to 8,000 Students

(Baltimore, MD) — The campaign to provide new or renovated schools for Baltimore's students, families, and communities that began four years ago has reached a new milestone, with 11 buildings identified for the first year of the program. Two, a newly constructed Fort Worthington Elementary School in the Berea neighborhood on the east side and a renovated and enlarged Frederick Elementary School in Millhill on the west, are in the design phase and will open for students in the 2017-18 school year.

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