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Work on schedule at high school

The walls are coming up at the new wing to the high school that will house the Lamar County College Career Academy. Ground was broken in spring. ’After a few delays because of the weather, we’re truly going great guns,’ said superintendent Dr. Bill Truby. ‘There have been few additions or deletions from the original plans as far as the structure goes. We continue to review our need for technology, safety and security to make sure we don’t have to go back and make improvements once the project is completed.’ At the other side of Lamar County Comprehensive High School, renovation for the front entrance is also underway. ’Our intention is to create a new entrance way that will match the design of the LCCCA,’ said Dr. Truby. ‘Then, during our second phase, we hope to create a corridor that goes from the new entrance way all the way to the LCCCA. In between we expect to remodel some classrooms, especially in the science, special ed, CTAE, and fine arts areas.’ In many ways these improvements, funded by the state grant for charter schools and a QZAB for the high school, will have the school system wellendowed for the future student body and their interests, needs, academic requirements and vocational pursuits, he added. ’We’re positioned well to continue our progress towards a world class school system.’

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