Superintendent requests more time to consider options.
By Leslie Moore
Monday, August 26, 2013 at 7:51 am
Classrooms at Taylor County Elementary School will likely remain over capacity for at least another month.
Superintendent Roger Cook told Taylor County School Board members at their meeting last Tuesday that he needs more time to determine the best option to remedy TCES' overcrowding situation.
Cook said letting the classes remain as they are wouldn't be good for teachers or students and could impact test scores.
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