VICTORY VILLA ELEMENTARY – REPLACEMENT SCHOOL AND COMMUNITY BOUNDARY CHANGE
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Schools For The Future
Relief Strategies Update in the Northeast Area

With the support of the Board of Education, Baltimore County Government, and the State Delegation, BCPS is in the midst of a 1.3 billion dollar Schools for Our Future capital plan to add capacity to support increasing enrollment and to improve facilities, including accelerating the process of air-conditioning all schools.

The reconstruction of Victory Villa Elementary School and the construction of a new northeast area elementary school located near the intersection of Joppa Road and Honeygo Boulevard are underway. Both will open for students in the 2018-2019 school year.

The boundary process for Victory Villa ES will start In January 2017 and a recommendation will be presented to the Board of Education for a decision in May 2017.  The boundary process for the new northeast area elementary school will start in September 2017 and a recommendation will be presented to the Board of Education for a decision in March 2018.

Schools participating in the Victory Villa Elementary School Community Boundary Study include:

  • Victory Villa Elementary School
  • Glenmar Elementary School
  • Hawthorne Elementary School
  • Martin Boulevard Elementary School
  • Middlesex Elementary School
  • Orems Elementary School
  • Shady Spring Elementary School
  • Vincent Farm Elementary School

Bookmark this page and refer to it throughout the boundary change process – we will update it regularly with new information.

Interactive Mapping Tool

Click here for Cropper Map - BCPS Central Area Interactive Mapping Tool

Public Email Log

Public email submissions to the Victory Villa Boundary Study Committee members are now closed.

The log below contains all public emails received between 1/11/2017 and 4/20/2017.

Boundary Study Committee and Recommendation

A committee comprised of school representatives, parents, and community members met seven times between January 11 and April 20, 2017. Members of the public attended and observed each committee meeting. A Public Information Session was held on March 28, 2017 attended by about 250 persons. 274 persons completed an online survey regarding options under consideration by the committee between March 15 and April2, 2017. The committee's work and all related information about the boundary process can be found below. Links to video recordings of each meeting can be found next to each meeting date.

The Boundary Study Committee concluded its work on April 20, 2017.  The Committee recommended Option D-1 (Option D with a modification that Planning Block PB86 move to Martin Boulevard ES) move forward to the Board of Education for consideration. 

Meeting 7, Thursday, April 20, 2017video (updated 05/15/17)

Meeting 6, Wednesday, April 5, 2017 - video

Public Information Session, Tuesday, March 28, 2017 - Video

An online survey ran from March 15, 2017 at 7:00 pm to April 2, 2017 at midnight.  The survey is now closed.
Results will be posted with Meeting 6 materials.  Thanks to all who participated.

Meeting 5, Wednesday, March 8, 2017 - video

At the conclusion of Meeting 5, the committee recommended the following options for presentation at the upcoming Public Information Session.  
The recommended options are relabeled as:

Meeting Public Information Session
Option 3 Option A
Option 5 Option B
Option 7 Option C
Option 9 Option D

Meeting 4, Wednesday, February 22, 2017 - video

Meeting 3, Wednesday, February 8, 2017 - video

Meeting 2, Wednesday, January 25, 2017 - video

Meeting 1, Wednesday, January 11, 2017 - video

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