Ginger Henley

Ginger Henley, principal of Crofton Elementary, outside some of the "learning cottages" behind the school. This is the last week the five "learning cottages" behind Crofton Elementary will be used in this location. Two new portable classrooms will be brought in and one of the existing units will remain, but will be moved due to the revitalization of Crofton Elementary. By the fall of 2015, the school will have 20,000 square feet more allowing for 140 additional students and the incorporation of new technology and learning space.
Kim Hairston, Baltimore Sun
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