Pine Grove Middle School Ground Breaking

Earlier this summer, the Pine Grove Middle School hosted a groundbreaking ceremony to kick off the addition and renovations which will transform the school over the next two years. In addition to adding 16,000 square feet of educational area to the building, the phased renovation project will modernize and reorganize the interior of the school, which was originally constructed in the 1970s.

Students, staff and members of the public heard remarks from Baltimore County Public Schools Superintendent Dr. Darryl L. Williams, and Baltimore County Executive Johnny Olszewski, before officially breaking ground. After years of planning and design, CRA looks forward to the next phase in bringing the project to fruition.

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