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Posted to the discussion board by Patty Cox Osborne 04/21/2009 : 11:47:34
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Well, get out your poodle skirts and polish those classic cars.....
We're having a reunion next year!!!

The information we have received from the Greenbrier County Board of Education is this:
The contracts for the new elementary school will be let in November and December 2009.
The building will be constructed between January and December 2010. The building should be occupied in January 2011.
ALL current buildings will be torn down.

Since the word has gotten out we have heard from several people and the response has all been very positive and very enthusiastic. Also, in the last 2 weeks, we have contacted most all of the class contact persons and all have voted "Yes" and most have agreed to continue to help again. Mrs. Meadows has already jumped on board to help and she and her camera team will be ready. Everyone agrees we must fill the RHS Lawn with Rangers one last time and the time is limited. We realize that proposed construction is always subject to change, but we certainly don't want to miss our final opportunity.
Mark your calenders for June 30-July 3 and plan to join us the last time at RHS.

Let's all work together to 'get 'er done' in a short amount of time!!!

Patty

Note: See the Website and discussion board for ongoing updates.  An article about the new school plans can be found on the discussion board.

 


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