The history and heritage of Seventh District Elementary make it one of the most unique schools in Baltimore County.In September, 1932, eight small schools, dating back to the 1800s, were consolidated into the original Butler Stone facility that became known as Seventh District Elementary.A major component in the extended partnership includes the appointment of a full-time liaison to coordinate between Penn and Lea.Caroline Watts, a senior lecturer at the Graduate School of Education, was appointed as the director of the Lea School University Partnership. ITS collaborated with four Alabama school districts to transform student achievement by implementing Project C.
She also intends to bring an array of services to the curriculum and grade levels, both in and out of school.
Penn shares a decades-long history with the Henry C. The relationship was created simultaneously with West Philadelphia High School, and marked the University’s first formal connection to the School District of Philadelphia.
Located at 4700 Locust St., Lea was built in 1914 and named after a prominent Philadelphia historian, civic reformer, and political activist.
Not by choice — that was simply where their teachers assigned them.
All throughout grade school, Riley and Emily sat together.