Baldwin County School Meetings Begin Tonight

Baldwin County School Meetings Begin Tonight

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The Baldwin County Board of Education wants to talk to the public about the growing student population and the need for more schools.

A series of meetings will be scheduled over the coming months to discuss the problem.

The first meeting is tonight at Robertsdale High School. It will focus on schools in Rosinton, Loxley, Elsanor, Silverhill and Robertsdale. Tonight's meeting begins at 6pm.

 

Other upcoming meetings:

Tuesday, April 1

6pm

Gulf Shores High School- discuss Gulf Shores/Orange Beach schools

 

Tuesday, April 8

6pm

Fairhope High School- discuss Fairhope schools, J. Larry Newton School

 

Tuesday, April 29

6pm

Foley High School- discuss Foley/Elberta/Magnolia/Summerdale schools

 

Tuesday, May 6

6pm

Daphne High School- discuss Daphne schools

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Tuesday, May 27

6pm

Spanish Fort High School - discuss Spanish Fort schools

 

Tuesday, June 3

6pm

Baldwin County High School - discuss Bay Minette/Stapleton/Delta/Pine Grove/Perdido schools

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