Lake Forest Middle School students change classes in the afternoon. While many walkways are covered between pod buildings on the campus, faculty members said several metal overhangs are prone to leaking during wet weather.
Lake Forest Middle School students change classes in the afternoon. While many walkways are covered between pod buildings on the campus, faculty members said several metal overhangs are prone to leaking during wet weather.
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published Wednesday, March 20th, 2013
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CLEVELAND, Tenn. — Bradley County is expected to form a special committee to address funding options for a requested $14 million in renovations to Lake Forest Middle School and a recurring $750,000 technology budget to replace outdated school computers.

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