JMCSS leaders meet ahead of special meeting

JACKSON, Tenn. — Local school leaders met ahead of a special called meeting.


The Jackson-Madison County School System held its monthly work session to discuss updates.

A topic discussed was the process of building a new Pope School.

The Madison County Budget Committee did recommend the school project and was approved for a 1,250 capacity.

That does not include a high school addition.

On Tuesday, leaders will learn how much they will receive for the project at a special called meeting with the Madison County Commission.

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