SUMMIT, Mississippi — A consultant is recommending the North Pike School District think about building more classrooms to handle the continuing influx of students.
The Enterprise-Journal reports (http://bit.ly/1zQ8Vr9) that Gary Bailey of Bailey Educational Group in Ridgeland told officials local classrooms are full and there's little room for expansion.
Bailey says the elementary school is seven classrooms short, the middle school is eight short and the high school 16 classrooms short.
Bailey is suggesting the district build a K-2 elementary school or a new high school or a new middle school.
Baily says any one of those plans would cost millions of dollars but the district can't afford to stand still and wait.
Information from: Enterprise-Journal, http://www.enterprise-journal.com