Monday news briefs 030104

March 02, 2004

State to hold hearing on Casey school plan

LIBERTY - The state Board of Education will hold a public hearing at 6 p.m. Wednesday at the Casey County High School library on the school district's proposed facility plan.

The plan lists pending capital construction and/or renovation projects that the school district may undertake, and the priority order, if applicable, that projects will be initiated.

Casey Board of Education has approved the facility plan to consolidate three elementary schools, Phillips, Phelps and Douglas, and build a new school on the west end of the county and within 10 miles of the central office.


Copies of the plan are available for examination from 8 a.m.-4 p.m. through Wednesday at the board office, 1922 N. U.S. 127.

Questions may be directed to Superintendent Linda Hatter at (606) 787-6941. Individuals wishing to comment on the plan may present oral or written comments at the hearing.


Boyle County Retired Teachers - noon March 8 at the Tea Leaf. A representative from the Lemily Group will speak about financial planning. Call the Tea Leaf for reservations.


A blood drive for Mark Stevens, a 1976 graduate of Danville High School, will be held from 1:30-5:30 p.m. Friday at McDowell Wellness Center. His last name was spelled wrong in Friday's paper.


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