Dr. Dwight Pullen, Chattooga County School Superintendent, told the Board of Education that the county school system might consider some new school buildings in the future.  Dr. Pullen said that the system has had good success in finding funding for improvement projects at Menlo and Lyerly schools, and that a new High School for the county would be a welcome addition. 

Dr. Pullen said one plan that could be considered would be consolidating Summerville Elementary with Leroy Massey and building on to the existing building.  Pullen pointed out that Summerville Elementary and Chattooga High School are both over 50 years old and that both schools have significant infrastructure problems.