The Harford County Board of Education will make a decision concerning the future scope study for Havre de Grace High School.
The meeting—the first since Rick Grambo was appointed board president—begins at 6:30 p.m. at the A.A. Roberty Building (102 S. Hickory Ave.) in Bel Air.
Find the full agenda for the Harford County Board of Education meeting.
Board members passed the FY2014 Captial Improvement Plan in September, which started the funding process for a new Havre de Grace High School. The presentation covering the study will be led by Assistant Superintendent of Operations Cornell S. Brown.
Several contract awards will be discussed, including:
- The affirmation of monthly reports from Oct. 1 thru Nov. 5 signed by Superintendent Robert Tomback.
- Network infrastructure Equipment for Fallston High School.
Also on Monday’s agenda will be another presentation led by Brown covering the 2012 enrollment projections for both elementary and high schools in Harford County.
In addition, Dr. Johnathan Brown will also give a presentation regarding community engagements and cultural proficiency. The program has three main goals, which consist of observing engagement between the school system and the community, preparing students for post secondary education and providing support to Harford County teachers.