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CORRECTION for meetings about high school project in Alexandria

One of the dates for a series of meetings to talk abut Alexandria School District 206's proposed new 9-12 grade high school was incorrectly listed in Friday's printed issue of the newspaper.

One of the dates for a series of meetings to talk abut Alexandria School District 206's proposed new 9-12 grade high school was incorrectly listed in Friday's printed issue of the newspaper.

School District 206 has planned a series of community presentations to provide residents with information about the proposed project.

Community members are invited to attend a presentation and public tour to learn more about the project planning and timeline.

Presentations/tours are set from 5 to 6 p.m. on the following corrected dates:

--Tuesday, March 1

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--Wednesday, March 2

--Friday, March 4

--Wednesday, March 9

(There is no meeting on Thursday, March 3.)

Attendees should meet in the Media Center at Jefferson High School, 1401 Jefferson Street.

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