Replacement elementary under construction in Raleigh County, W.Va.

Oct. 27, 2007
New Fairdale Elementary will replace school built in 1950.

The Raleigh County (W.Va.) district has broken ground on a new Fairdale Elementary School. The $8.7 million facility will be constructed behind the existing school, which opened in 1950 and is described by officials as the most outdated in the district. The new facility will have a separate gym and cafeteria, and a state-of-the-art computer lab. The architect is Dan Snead.

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