After a $32 million improvement in its class rooms, the new Greenbelt Middle school is set to open its doors next Monday.
Some of the improvement will include several changes and additions to this 972 students school.
- Ninety percent of the classrooms have Smart Boards — interactive white board systems that also serve as projectors — and those that do not are equipped to use similar portable technology.
- Science students will be able to get hands-on lessons on the school’s plant-covered green roof.
- Students will have an opportunity to take graphic design classes or culinary arts or television production, opportunities not available in most county middle schools.
- The television production studio.
Please read more about the new school here on the Gazette.