County Trivia: When Were Maryland’s Schools Built?

MACo County Trivia

April 28th marked the first meeting of the 21st Century School Facilities Commission

Maryland counties partner with the state to build and renovate K-12 schools for public school students. In 2016, county governments allocated more than $1 billion of their combined capital budgets to K-12 education while the state exceeded its goal of providing $250 million to the annual school capital improvement program.

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Severna Park High School, Anne Arundel County (in construction)
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West Side Elementary School, Allegany County (original 1940, renovated 1977)

This week’s question:

What is the average age of Maryland public school facilities?

Tweet @mdcounties or email Kaley at kschultze@mdcounties.org with your answer.

A correct answer will be chosen at random and the winner and answer will be published in next week’s This Week on Conduit Street. 

Congratulations to Paul Dial, CPRP, the winner of the last county trivia question. Mr. Dial is Director of the Frederick County Division of Parks and Recreation. He correctly answered that the Monocacy Aqueduct is located at the Mouth of Monocacy Road off Rt. 28 near Frederick/Montgomery County line in Dickerson, MD. See more about the Aqueduct at Visit Frederick.

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