At last night’s Chattooga County Board of Education meeting the board members and Superintendent Dwight Pullen heard about expansion projects at two local schools.
The Summerville Middle School is going to see a 12,000 square foot expansion. The added space will house a Life Center, Ag Center and Multi-purpose area along with an expansion of the school’s cafeteria.
The Menlo Elementary School expansion will be providing 11,000 square feet of added floor space. The additional room will provide Menlo Students with and additional 9 rooms including a new music room and 7 new class rooms along with a Science Lab. Also planned in the addition are new rest rooms for the students and faculty along with a music storage and book storage area.