Moore County Schools officials received a tour Tuesday of construction work at North Moore High School. Workers there are in the late stages of a $12.9 million project that involves a 39,000-square-foot expansion that should be open to students in January.
The project includes an auxiliary gymnasium, weight training and wrestling rooms, and a second set of locker rooms. A new academic wing will add six classrooms and four science labs.
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