Board of Education: new school on horizon?
A new high school for Tunica County is being explored by the board of education and superintendent, following their meeting on Wednesday, Jan. 9.
Superintendent Steve Chandler introduced the matter, saying Rosa Fort’s campus “has reached its expiration date.” Chandler said the life expectancy for a school is generally 50 years.
Pointing to two questions on the agenda, he asked the board to answer, “What location is being considered to start construction on building a school?” and “How much money will be needed for this project, and how we will we secure the needed funds?”
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