Temporary Mobile Unit Classrooms to Help with Overcrowding in Kitty Stone Elementary


The Jacksonville Board of Education has found a temporary fix for the overcrowding issue at Kitty Stone Elementary. City education leaders have agreed to lease a two classroom mobile unit for the 2018-2019 school year. The extra classrooms are needed because of the enrollment overflow in Kindergarten and first grade classrooms.

The mobile unit is contracted from Williams Scotsman Incorporated and will cost the board more than $40,000. The two classrooms will hold the school’s gifted and special education students. The mobile unit will be installed the third week in August.

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