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January 22, 2013

1st School reconfiguration town hall meeting

Live Oak — Superintendent of Schools Jerry Scarborough will be holding three town hall meetings with the first one Thursday at each of the Live Oak elementary schools that are being discussed for reconfiguration. The meetings will be an avenue for the public to voice their thoughts on the matter.

The schools are Suwannee Primary School, which currently offers Pre-K through first grade; Suwannee Elementary School, grades 2-3; and Suwannee Intermediate School, grades 4-5.

If approved, the schools would be transformed into three distinct elementary schools that would all offer Pre-K through fifth grade.
The meetings will be held at SPS on Jan. 24, SES on Jan. 31 and SIS on Feb. 7. Each meeting will be from 6:30-8 p.m.

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