Despite the COVID-19 pandemic, Baltimore County appears to be on schedule with plans to help ease school overcrowding, especially in the northeastern part of the county. Work crews are clearing land on Rossville Boulevard at Gum Springs Road to make way for the start of construction of a new elementary school. The county is about to build a $50 million elementary school complex that is set to open for students and staff members by next summer.
Progress made toward construction of new schools in northeastern Baltimore County
May 3, 2021