Students at Francis Scott Key Elementary/Middle School students have a new place to read and learn.
On Wednesday, Mayor Catherine Pugh visited the school for the grand opening of their new library.
— Paul Jaffey (@PaulFromABC2) October 25, 2017
This is the 14th library in Baltimore that has been renovated as part of The Baltimore Library Project.
The project is a multi-year, collaborative effort to transform 24 Baltimore City Public School libraries.
As of Wednesday, the 14 new spaces have served 6,000 students, or 10 percent of the total number of students, pre-kindergarten through eighth grade.