Third-grade teacher Kelly Morris gave her class a morning work test in her portable classroom at Liberty Elementary last week. The rapid growth in Fayette schools, especially in the eastern part of the county, has forced many schools, including 4-year-old Liberty, to add portable classrooms.
Third-grade teacher Kelly Morris gave her class a morning work test in her portable classroom at Liberty Elementary last week. The rapid growth in Fayette schools, especially in the eastern part of the county, has forced many schools, including 4-year-old Liberty, to add portable classrooms.
Third-grade teacher Kelly Morris gave her class a morning work test in her portable classroom at Liberty Elementary last week. The rapid growth in Fayette schools, especially in the eastern part of the county, has forced many schools, including 4-year-old Liberty, to add portable classrooms.

More students, more headaches: Fayette schools cope with growth

September 25, 2011 12:00 AM

UPDATED September 25, 2011 06:30 AM

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