Shelby County Approves $52 Million For School Maintenance

This is an archived article and the information in the article may be outdated. Please look at the time stamp on the story to see when it was last updated.

(Memphis) The Shelby County Commission approved spending $47,356,500 for repairs and improvements at Shelby County Schools.

That includes $12 million for a new Westhaven Elementary as well as money for several other schools.

An additional $4,805,000 was approved for repairs to schools in the newly-formed  suburban schools.

The majority of the suburban funding will go to Arlington Elementary and Arlington High School.

In Germantown, Farmington Elementary will receive $975,000 to replace windows.

Three other suburban districts will split the rest of the money.

The total expenditure approved is $52,161,500.

News Channel 3's Katie Rufener is at the meeting and will have more here and on WREG-TV.


Comments are closed.