Louisa County Elementary School To Be Built

October 17, 2007

A planned Louisa County Elementary School is one step closer to being built. Tuesday night the Board of Supervisors authorized the school board to spend $18 million on the Moss-Nuckols Elementary School.

The proposed site is off Interstate 64 about one mile north on Route 208. The new building is expected to house 700 students, a necessity for the areas overcrowded schools.

"We are experiencing some growth and the east end and the west end of the county and this school will help alleviate some of the overcrowding that we are now experiencing in our schools" said Supervisor Fitzgerald Barnes.

Barnes also says depending on how quickly the bidding process goes, they hope to begin construction soon enough to have the new school open by fall of 2009.


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