Davie County Schools to ask for construction bond

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DAVIE COUNTY, N.C. – The superintendent of Davie County Schools is planned to show county commissioners plans for a new high school on Monday.

Superintendent Darrin Hartness plans to give commissioners a presentation. He is expected to ask for a bond referendum for the November ballot.

The Davie County School Board backed the plan, but it is going to take bond money to get built.

Authorities said it would likely cost about $55 million for both the new high school and renovations that would turn the old high school into the school district’s central office.

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