Education Leaders Push Forward on Southern Prince George’s School Construction

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Thursday, March 1, 2012

Prince George’s County education leaders said Tuesday evening they are moving ahead with various school construction projects in southern Prince George’s.

County schools superintendent William R. Hite Jr. told a crowd of around 300 people at a community meeting held by County Councilman Mel Franklin (D-Dist. 9) of Upper Marlboro at Stephen Decatur Middle School in Clinton that projects such as the replacement of the K-8 Accokeek Academy and the renovation of and addition to Clinton Grove Elementary School were moving ahead as scheduled.

Hite said the Accokeek Academy projects are closest to fruition, with the Henry G. Ferguson Elementary School building on the campus slated to break ground in March.

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