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Thursday, November 20, 2008

Long-Range Facility Plans for Schools

ABC 33/40 aired a news story regarding long-range plans for Talladega City Schools. The story has at its root a facilities study conducted by Lathan Associates Architects and the results which were shared with the Board of Education during its latest work session.

The Daily Home has shown interest in the topic and published its opinion, which can be read by clicking here.

If you did not see the ABC 33/40 newscast, it is presented here in its entirety. It should be noted that Hal Henderson being pictured was simply due to the fact that 33/40 was on that campus already to cover a story on the pre-kindergarten program.

As you listen to Dr. Horton's comments, you will see that what is being addressed is a long-term solution that involves consolidating all five elementary schools into a single, new facility. To view the news segment, click here.

The plan is in the discussion phase and all views are not only welcomed, but encouraged. As a school system, we cannot move forward by standing still. We need fresh, thoughtful ideas from those who have at heart what is best for children .


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