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HILLSVILLE — Educators applied last Thursday for zero-interest bonds that, if approved, might be enough to pay for expansions of two Carroll schools — but not their renovations.
Carroll County School Board continues to look into every possibility to proceed with a plan to expand the intermediate and high schools and realign the grades there, Superintendent Greg Smith explained. That includes seeking "qualified school construction bonds," $229 million worth of funding at zero percent interest coming through the governor's office.
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