TOWSON, Md. - Baltimore County Public Schools will soon begin to host a series of committee meetings set to help seek input on the proposed boundaries for the new elementary school set to open in September in Mays Chapel.
According to a BCPS news release, the committee, which is composed of school officials, parents, community members, and representatives of schools likely to be affected by the new attendance lines, will discuss and weigh data and options before developing possible scenarios for stakeholders to consider.
The committee meetings will take place from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. on Oct. 16 and 30 and Nov. 13 and 20 at Cockeysville Middle School, located at 10401 Greenside Drive.
The school system said individuals who are not on the committee are welcome to attend its meetings to observe the process, but not to actively participate.
Following a public forum on the scenarios Dec. 11 at Dulaney High School, the committee is scheduled to incorporate public input into the decision-making process and select a scenario to present to the Board of Education for approval in January.
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