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March 18, 2008

Thomasville-- The Thomas County school board broke ground today on a new media center and renovated cafeteria at Thomas County Central High School. Construction on the $2.2 million project actually began 2 weeks ago.  It will be paid for with local sales tax revenue.

Administrators say it will open in August when students come back for the 2009 school year.  TCCHS Principal Frank Delaney said, "We came in this building in '90 and we've just outgrown it. The citizens of Thomas county have seen those needs and they responded to those needs by passing the second SPLOST tax and this is their money at work."

The project will not only give them a brand new media center, but the cafeteria will be expanded to seat a third more students

 

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