Coweta County school board approves Evans Middle School demolition

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The original section of O.P. Evans Middle School, at right, will be torn down, the Coweta Board of Education has decided.

By REBECCA LEFTWICH
rebecca@newnan.com
Evans Middle School – a concrete example of 1970s open plan architecture based on the one-room schoolhouse educational concept – will soon be no more.
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