Edgewood Student Services Center, 3835 Forrest Road in Columbus, contains the AIM program, the Muscogee County School District’s alternative school for students who violate the district’s conduct code and are temporarily assigned away from their home school.
Edgewood Student Services Center, 3835 Forrest Road in Columbus, contains the AIM program, the Muscogee County School District’s alternative school for students who violate the district’s conduct code and are temporarily assigned away from their home school. Mark Rice mrice@ledger-enquirer.com
Edgewood Student Services Center, 3835 Forrest Road in Columbus, contains the AIM program, the Muscogee County School District’s alternative school for students who violate the district’s conduct code and are temporarily assigned away from their home school. Mark Rice mrice@ledger-enquirer.com

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