School district asks for input for name, mascot of new school
SULLIVAN COUNTY, Tenn. —
Sullivan County Schools want resident feedback for its new high school.
Right now, a poll on its website for input on name, mascot, and colors of the new high school
that school is being built near the Tri-Cities Airport.
A committee has spend a lot of time gathering survey results to prepare for this vote.
You can find out more by clicking here.
Voting ends at 12 noon on March 23, 2018.
The new high school will be located on Lynn Road.
The county has acquired 116 acres between two ridges, Hunt Ridge and Centenary Ridge.
Mass grading of the site is set to begin any day.
The new high school will consolidate our current Central, North and South High Schools.