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November 21, 2006

Lee County-  The Lee County School District will break ground before Christmas on its new Twin Oaks elementary school. 

Kinney Construction of Lee County will build the new school. The building will house third, fourth and fifth graders.

It will be constructed on land owned by the school district near the Middle School and Kinchafoonee Primary. A committee of teachers toured schools statewide and made recommendations for the new building.

"We will have LCD projectors in each classroom, we'll have drinking fountains and water in each classroom and it will be a very functional school," said Dr. Larry Walters, Lee Co. Superintendent. 

The 14.5 million dollar project will include a new water tower to service all three schools.

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