"Using MSAP funds, as well as the combined faculty and assets of Wheaton High School and the half-day Edison career and technology education program, MCPS will open the Montgomery County High Tech High School (MCHTHS), a magnet high school. The goal of MCHTHS will be to prepare all students for a rigorous college experience as well as the demands of the modern science technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) workforce. (...)
"Currently, the comprehensive Wheaton High School and the systemwide half-day career and technology education program at Edison occupy the future site of MCHTHS. Using MSAP funds and scheduled full reconstruction of the building included in the MCPS Capital Improvements Program, MCPS will combine these programs into the comprehensive nontraditional Montgomery County High Tech High School."
1. When did the Board of Education, when voting on the capital plan, vote to combine Edison and Wheaton HS into the MCHTHS?