Sanford to visit Fox Creek High

Tuesday, Nov. 30, 2010 11:44 AM
Last updated 12:11 PM
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AIKEN --- Gov. Mark Sanford will meet with Fox Creek High School's leadership team on Wednesay.

The charter school will play host to Sanford and local legislative delegates as it presents an update on the school's mission and drive to increase enrollment to 400 students. The school  relocated to a new campus in 2009 on Shortcut Road in Edgefield County. Previously the school met in a refurbished casino on Martintown Road.

The visit will commence with a school tour where Sanford will meet with students.

The visit will be held at 11 a.m.

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Rolling Eyes
Rolling Eyes 11/30/10 - 05:58 pm
Since you edited your article

Since you edited your article I'll edit my post. You gotta admit that oopsie was funny! ;-)

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