The Prince George’s County school system is reviewing a proposal that would adjust the boundaries of two schools, shift some sixth-graders to middle schools and consolidate a special education program. The plan could change where more than 1,000 students will attend school in August.
“I know when you talk about boundaries it raises a level of anxiety about where is my child going to land,” Alvin Crawley, interim superintendent, told a group of parents during a recent forum. “This is a starting point in our discussions as we explore different options. . . . We want to hear from you.”
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