While reading Mr. Minnich's column titled "Move Students Not Classrooms" I noticed two glaring errors in Mr. Minnich's assumptions. The first error is the assumption that 2.4 students per household will be created by the new development on Old Westminster Pike in Westminster. Although I do not have access to the form that shows the historical data for estimating how many students per household that the Carroll County Board of Education uses I do have access to the form that Baltimore County utilizes for its 15 districts. To be safe the district that has the highest amount of students per household for a single family house will be utilized. The 14th district of Baltimore County estimates that each household will create .372 elementary school students, .136 middle school students and, .145 high school students for a total of 0.653 students per household. There are 300 homes in the subdivision. Multiply 300 homes by 0.653 students for a total of 196 students, not 720 as Mr. Minnich asserts. The 2000 and 2010 census figures support my claim based upon average household and family size in Carroll County. From 2010 to 2016 the population increased by 521 people in Carroll County.