Harford County Board of Education Aug. 18 Agenda: Decision on Havre de Grace Middle/High Replacement School Schematic Design

The Harford County Board of Education plans an August 18th business meeting to include a decision on the proposed schematic design for the $87 million Havre de Grace Middle/High School replacement facility. Also on the Monday agenda are proposed revisions to the policy on drug detecting dogs, and recognitions for award winning personnel. First on […]

Harford County Board of Education Agenda Aug. 4: Havre de Grace Middle/High School Replacement Facility; Promotions and Appointments

The proposed new Havre de Grace Middle/High School replacement facility will be the focus Monday as the Harford County Board of Education plans an early evening work session followed by a business meeting and vote on educational specifications for the $87 million project. The Board’s business meeting agenda also includes approval of promotions and appointments […]

Plans Unveiled for Replacement Havre de Grace Middle/High School; Computer Science Magnet Program Proposed

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Harford County Public School officials recommended plans Monday for a combined facility to replace Havre de Grace Middle School and Havre de Grace High School, including a new Information Technology Computer Science Magnet Program at the high school. The latest available estimates put the cost at $72 million for construction and $87 million overall, including […]

Harford County Board of Education July 21: Plans for Havre de Grace Middle/High School; School Discipline and Marking System Policies

The Harford County Board of Education plans a busy July 21st business meeting to include approval of plans for a new Havre de Grace Middle and High School facility, and revised policies affecting student discipline and the marking system in advanced classes. First on the agenda is a swearing-in ceremony for Patterson Mill High School […]

2014 Maryland School Assessment Results for Harford County Public Schools

Results from the 2014 Maryland School Assessment (MSA) for elementary and middle school students were published online Friday, showing a drop in scores statewide. In a press release, State Superintendent Lillian Lowery explained the decline as a mismatch between the MSA and new state standards: “Our schools have fully implemented the new Maryland College and […]