GUIN - The Guin City Council voted to pay Marion County Elementary School $11,462.05 each for various expenses including six new Viewsonic televisions during a regular meeting held on Monday, Sept. 21, at Guin City Hall.
Principal Josh Weatherly and school advisory board chairman Zayne Miles stated that the school was in need of four televisions, with the goal of eventually having a television in each classroom, much like Marion County High School.
“The goal is to try to get them in all of the elementary school classrooms, as there already are in the high school classrooms,” said Miles.
“The TVs are about $2,500 a piece and we would like to purchase about four of those for the elementary schools to be used in classrooms.”
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