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Toombs Plans Visits to New Schools
Monday, 14 September 2009

September 15--  Toombs County school officials are planning to visit recently built new schools in preparation for construction of a new county high school. School Superintendent Dr. Kendall Brantley told the school board last week he'd also like the school board to consider including a 1,000 seat auditorium as part of the new school.

The school board is planning a $20 million project to build 34 classrooms for 10th, 11th and 12th graders and to build a new elementary school at Toombs Central.  The current high school would be converted to a junior high school.

In other Toombs school news, the school board heard an appeal from local FFA alumni to allow six students to attend the national FFA convention in Indianapolis.  Superintendent Brantley said it was the school principal's decision to turn down the FFA request this year.

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