Northeast Boundary Study Continues With Updated Maps, Committee Meetings
BALTIMORE COUNTY - The Northeast area Boundary Study, tasked with establishing an attendance area for the new Northeast middle school and expanding the attendance area for Pine Grove middle school, is moving forward.
“These two projects will relieve overcrowding at middle schools in the Central and Northeast regions,” BCPS said in a letter to parents.
On Wednesday, February 22, the boundary committee will hold its fourth of five meetings to determine which students will have the opportunity to attend the new northeast area middle school, now under construction. The meeting will be held at Parkville High School.
At previous meetings, the committee worked to identify opportunities and challenges presented by the boundary changes.
The committee has also gone through several markups of the proposed maps.
On March 8 and 9, community members will be invited to public information sessions to provide feedback on the boundary line changes.
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.