March 10, 2006
The Fluvanna County School's "Domino Plan" will get a second chance in front of the Board of Supervisors.
The School Board decided to revise their original plan. Now the new plan would fit up to 2,500 students in the new high schools. They're also looking into having a section of one school just for vocation. Officials said they're hoping these changes will please the board since the first plan was rejected by 3 of the members.
"I really feel like we have addressed some of the questions that were raised that were sticking points...for at least two of the board members," said John Gooch, the Fluvanna School Board Chairman.
The board could make their final decision as early as April 1, 2006.