Maryland elementary school reopens

Jan. 29, 2008
Renovation of Anne Arundel County facility kept campus closed for more than 3 years

The Anne Arundel County (Md.) district has reopened Tracey's Elementary School in Tracy's Landing after a $16.4 million renovation that kept the campus closed for more than 3 years. The original structure built in 1962 had become crowded, with classes spilling into trailers. The new building can accommodate 353 students.

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