Seventh-graders at Sequatchie County Middle School listen to teacher James Cook in this file photo. Slower enrollment growth has county education leaders rethinking plans to build a new school.
Seventh-graders at Sequatchie County Middle School listen to teacher James Cook in this file photo. Slower enrollment growth has county education leaders rethinking plans to build a new school.
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published Saturday, November 10th, 2012
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DUNLAP, Tenn. — The county that once boasted Southeast Tennessee’s greatest population growth is experiencing a plateau in school enrollment that has educators rethinking long-standing plans to build a new school.

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