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Home Education School Laurel Elementary students relocate to nearby schools

Laurel Elementary students relocate to nearby schools

Due to school renovations, students from Laurel Elementary have been temporarily placed at nearby schools.Ongoing renovations and improvements at Laurel Elementary School will require all students, with the exception of pre-K, to be temporarily relocated to Greenbelt Middle School for the first few weeks of school. The Pre-K classes will be temporarily located at Scotchtown Hills Elementary School.

Starting Monday, Aug. 20, students will take their regular buses or walk to Laurel Elementary School and arrive by 7:45 a.m., the normal bell time. From there, they will board buses at the Laurel Armory – Anderson & Murphy Community Center, located at 422 Montgomery Street, and travel to Greenbelt Middle School. Pre-K students will be taken to nearby Scotchtown Hills Elementary and will return home mid-day on their regular buses.

Other students will board their regular buses at Greenbelt Middle School to travel home at 1:45 p.m. Walkers and students in day care or extended care will be taken by bus back to Laurel Elementary.

“The renovations at Laurel Elementary will result in a state-of-the-art facility. We will ensure that students and families experience minimal disruption during this temporary relocation,” said Dr. William R. Hite, Superintendent of Schools. “Although the work is taking a bit longer than expected, once it is finished, this will be one of the best-looking schools in the county. School staff members are in the process of calling each family. We appreciate parents’ patience and willingness to work with us.”

For more information, contact Laurel Elementary at 301-497-3660. For more information about pre-K programs at Scotchtown Hills Elementary, contact 301-497-3994.

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