The Montgomery County Public Schools' Board of Education recently approved hiring architects to conduct a feasibility study to determine whether should be expanded.
The board is set to hold several meetings to garner public feedback on May 3 and May 30 at 4 p.m. and on May 16, June 13 and June 28 at 7 p.m.
The architects are to use public input to create three "bubble" designs that would add 16,300 square feet to the current building. The expansion would allow for an all-purpose room, 14 classrooms, two instructional support rooms, an assistant principal's office and a conference room to be built.
So what do you think? Does Kensington Parkwood Elementary School need the expansion? What would you like it to look like?