Students at Carver High School will be moved to Baker Middle School and Baker and Marshall Middle School students will share one campus beginning in the 2010-2011 school year.
The Muscogee County School Board discussed the relocations during a Saturday retreat held at the Columbus Museum this morning. The moves are temporary, while the a new Carver High School is being constructed. Construction of the $45 million high school could take about 2 years, superintendent Susan Andrews said.
Baker Middle School students will be moved to Marshall Middle School and Carver High students will have all their classes at Baker Middle School. Parents will be notified of the moves via a Connect-ED message today and the school district plans to hold informational meetings for parents about the moves as well.
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