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Architect's Drawing: Columbia High Bell for ACPC

2013-03-22 - Photo By Gabe Jones, Sherman-Carter-Barnhart Architects, Lexington, KY. Architect Gabe Jones presented this lobby view drawing for the display of the old Columbia High School Bell in the lobby of the new Adair County Primary Center. Superintendent Alan Reed said that credit for preservation of the bell goes to Gerald Coomer and Board Superintendent Floyd Burton and Ricky Bault, Director of Maintenance and his crew. The new school is to be ready for students on opening day 2013-14, on August 8. The 2013 calendar was adopted last night, Thursday, March 21, 2013, with May 20, 2014 as the last day for students. The new calendar incorporates "Early release Fridays," with students boarding busses at 1pmCT and teachers continuing for 2 hours with planning sessions.
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