When the County Council adopted the fiscal year 2013 budget, it funded 128 new personnel at county schools for the new school year—including 75 new teachers.
County Councilman Dick Ladd (R-5th District) of Broadneck said he took issue with that and would look into it.
"I believe that is a problem," Ladd said. "I think if there's nothing added to Windsor Farms, then something's out of balance."
The distribution of teachers is determined by regional assistant superintendents, who meet weekly throughout the summer to analyze school population data, said Anne Arundel County Public Schools spokesman Bob Mosier.
Councilman Jerry Walker (R-7th District) said there could be more teachers added to local schools. The councilman told Patch the board hasn’t concluded the process of distributing personnel, and that this list is just the first round of additions.
Fourteen teachers from the Broadneck area retired this year, including three at Cape St. Claire Elementary and two at Broadneck Elementary.
Edgewater-Davidsonville Patch editor Jonathan Moynihan contributed to this article.