Harford Lutheran plans to close; Harford library soars in bad economy


In case you missed the report in last Friday’s Aegis, it appears the 6-year-old Harford Lutheran School in Bel Air will close at the end of this school year. The story says budget shortfalls in every year of its existence and declining enrollment led to its decision. The school has 75 students in grades six through 11 and is a sister school of the Baltimore Lutheran School in Towson. School officials made the announcement now to give families time to decide where to send their children next school year.
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A meeting is scheduled 7 p.m. Thursday, January 8 at the school (1515 Emmorton Road, Bel Air) to discuss the closing. The school had been in the news in recent years when its plans to build a permanent home for the school (which shares space with the Lutheran Church of the Good Shepherd) faced opposition from neighbors first at a site in Joppa and later in Forest Hill. According to the Aegis story, the Advent Lutheran Elementary School in Forest Hill will expand to include a sixth grade and is considering adding a seventh and eighth grade for the the 2009-10 school year.

While private schools might be seeing declining enrollments and endowment shortfalls because of the economy, many more people are using the free services available at the Harford County Public Library, the Aegis reports. Circulation is up 11 percent and website visits are up 85 percent, with the biggest increases in usage showing up at the Bel Air and Abingdon branches.
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The paper reports more people are participating in the library’s free activities as well.