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Architect outlines options for school construction

The DeKalb County Board of Education has been presented a variety of construction plans at a cost ranging from $17 million to $45 million for new or renovated facilities following an evaluation of current school facilities and projected future needs.

Members of the local board of education met in a workshop Thursday night for their first look at results of a School Facilities Study prepared by Upland Design Group of Crossville.

The study concluded that the oldest core building in the district, Smithville Elementary School, should be replaced and repurposed for other uses.

The board hired the architectural firm in ...


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