East Coweta HS may add classrooms; elementaries may add police

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Coweta County Board of Education member Amy Dees, right, talks about East Coweta High School enrollment at Wednesday's called meeting. At left are board members Frank Farmer and Graylin Ward.

By REBECCA LEFTWICH
rebecca@newnan.com
With budget limitations fresh in their minds, members of the Coweta County Board of Education were asked at a called meeting Wednesday to consider adding classroom space at East Coweta High School, reinstating prison crews for grounds maintenance on non-instructional days, and increasing the police presence at elementary schools.
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