High school renovation work won't delay first day of school
By Stevie Lowery
Wednesday, August 1, 2012 at 6:00 am (Updated: August 1, 6:01 am)
Renovation work at Marion County High School won't be entirely finished by Wednesday, Aug. 8, the first day of school, but school will start as planned, according to Marion County Superintendent Dr. Chuck Hamilton.
"All classrooms will be ready," he said. "The hallways may be with temporary lighting in places the first few days of school. Restrooms will be completed."
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