DNA, Management of Board of Education Property
About this Policy
Last revised: January 13, 2015
The Montgomery County Board of Education (Board) has an important responsibility to carefully manage its real property in order to ensure adequate schools and support facilities are available to serve future enrollment levels. In an era of enrollment growth, increasing the inventory of future school sites is a critical activity. This is accomplished through processes that result in school sites being included in county and city master plans as they are drafted. Management of the real property inventory also requires the establishment of processes to govern interim use of property that is not currently needed for a school or support facility or other appropriate educational purpose and disposition of real and non-real property when the Board determines that it is no longer needed for school purposes or has reached the end of its useful life.