Plans for new elementary in Corinth, Miss.

Feb. 6, 2009
128,000-square-foot facility will house grades K-4

The Corinth (Miss.) district is planning to build an elementary school. The 128,000-square-foot facility will include up to 60 classrooms, as well as computer labs, a cafeteria and a gymnasium. The new facility will house students in grades K-4. They now attend East Corinth and West Corinth elementaries. The architect is Pryor & Morrow.

To read The Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal article, click here.

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