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Moving: Armory remodeling causes Franklin County High students to find temporary quarters

May 22, 2012
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By RODNEY D. BOAM 

Citizen editor

Franklin County High School students will be homeless for the next several months, while the National Guard Armory is being remodeled.

The move will effect 40 -45 students. Wynn Costley, the principal at the alternative school, said students enrolled in the school will be going to a vacated Preston High School for the summer months. When the fall term begins, students will be bussed to West Side School District’s Fine Arts Building, where new classrooms will be awaiting them.

Brent Young, a senior at FCHS, works on a popsicle bridge structure for a class last Friday.

West Side was building classrooms in an unfinished section of their Fine Arts Building above current classrooms. Preston School District approached the West Side administration about the Franklin County High School dilemma. West Side officials agreed to house the displaced students during the 2012 fall semester. West Side had plans to move their Middle School to the same area after the first of 2013.

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