Board to Vote on HdG High School Plans Next Week
The Harford County Board of Education has four options based on a recent study.
The future of Havre de Grace High School will be up for discussion at the Board of Education’s Dec. 3 meeting.
Board President Rick Grambo told Patch via email that tentatively, the vote on a recommendation for Havre de Grace High School’s new design will occur Monday.
Architects and the Harford County superintendent of schools presented a series of options during the Nov. 5 Board of Education meeting, which Patch will break down in a series of articles this week:
- Option A: Renovation
- Option B: Modernization
- Option B-1: Modernization plus Congress Avenue closure
- Option C: Replacement
Superintendent Dr. Robert Tomback recommended replacing the high school during the Nov. 5 meeting but the board tabled the decision so it could review the design team's report.
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