WV’s first inter-county elementary only 60 percent full
By Ryan Quinn, Education Reporter, Charleston Gazette-Mail
State School Building Authority officials say West Virginia’s first inter-county elementary school, built with $10.3 million in SBA money, has only about 60 percent of the students planned for it.
The school, Leading Creek Elementary, consolidated Troy Elementary, in Gilmer County and Alum Bridge Elementary, in Lewis County. It was built...