New elementary school on the way in Limestone County, Ala.

Feb. 14, 2008
Additional classroom space means district can eliminate some portables

The Limestone County (Ala.) school district is looking for a site for a new elementary school. The new Clements Elementary School will accommodate 600 to 650 students in grades K to 5. Those students are now housed at at Clements High School. The new facility will enable the district to get rid of 11 portable classrooms. The architect is Davis Architects.

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