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  • Kent Medlin

    Bond Update:
    Bond projects are moving forward on pace.  The district has been awaiting utility companies to move infrastructure in the area that we will be building the addition on WOHE.  We have commitment that all will be moved so we can begin moving earth by mid October. 
    Architects and district administrators have been working on finalizing construction documents for the new heat and air system at North Elementary and the Intermediate School.  Documents are nearing 80% completion and the district hopes to place the project out to bid in November. 
    A land committee comprised of Board of Education members and district administrators have been working to find land suitable for future construction of a South Intermediate School.  Specific parcels have been identified as options and architects are evaluating each to estimate development costs.  Outside observers may not see progress, but I can assure our community that we are working hard behind the scenes to move the projects forward.  It will be exciting when we are able to see construction workers on site and walls being built.  The most important part of any project is the foundation and the foundation begins with quality architectural drawings.  Time spent to produce these documents will save significant time when we begin construction.  Have faith, the building begins soon!
    Have a great weekend!
    Dr. Medlin 


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  •  Pickin'  & Praisin'

    2nd Annual Pickin' & Praisin' raises more than $2,500 for WCCF

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    New Release - Dr. Medlin Shares Retirement Plans with Community

    In personal letters to his staff and the community Willard Public Schools long-time Superintendent, Dr. Kent Medlin, announced his intention to retire at the close of this school year. Dr. Medlin has served Willard Schools since 2003, including one year as high school principal before becoming the Superintendent.

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