Future of Pointe Coupee Central High still unclear
NEW ROADS - The future of Pointe Coupee Central High School remains uncertain after the parish school board again delayed making a decision, opting instead to set another special meeting to determine a new course for the now-vacant school.
Much of the discussion surrounding what to do with the campus, which closed this summer, was held behind closed doors Thursday since the matter is tied to a decades-long desegregation case.
But after the executive session, board President Frank Aguillard announced the board would revisit the issue during an Oct. 2 meeting.
The future of Central High has been controversial since its forced shutdown by U.S. District Judge James J. Brady.
Students who were attending the school were transferred this fall to Livonia High School.
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