Corinth (Miss.) district passes $12 million bond

May 23, 2008
Money will pay for a new elementary school.

The Corinth (Miss.) School District has won approval of a $12 million bond proposal. The funds will enable the district to build a new elementary school. The new facility will replace three existing elementary buildings. The bond funds will also pay for upgrades at the district's middle and high school campuses

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