BALTIMORE — Building new and improved schools for our students.
The 21st Century School Buildings program held a public forum on Thursday night at Forest Park High School where they reviewed the programs history, got feedback from the community and discussed some school projects they have planned for the future.
"Equipment, state-of-the-art equipment, electronics, we're increasing teachers, bettering staff. There are also community spaces for the community, laundry facilities, community spaces, activities that we're going for school mergers," said Renee Stainrod from the 21st Century School Buildings program. "So we're bringing everyone together to participate in these amazing spaces."
The goal is to create inspiring and educational environments for Baltimore City Public School students. They've been working with the school system since Fall 2010.
The program has a goal of completing 28 schools and are halfway there.