Fulton Schools Hold Special Session Meeting About Renovations
The Fulton School District is continuing to look at options for upgrading each of their buildings and possibly building more classrooms.
A special session meeting was held last (Wednesday) night where architects presented plans for the district that is estimated to cost around twenty six million dollars.
According to Superintendent Jacque Cowerd they may ask voters to approve a no-tax bond issue on the April 2020 ballot.
A community forum will take place on August 29th to give residents information about the projects and gather feedback.