ENTERPRISE, Ala. (AP) - State education officials are working on a plan to relocate Enterprise High School students.
State Superintendent Dr. Joe Morton says he's working with Enterprise-Ozark Community College to provide temporary space to house the high school which was destroyed by Thursday's tornado.
Morton says 15 trailer classrooms also are available.
Morton says students will benefit from being back together as a community. And, he says, "Sooner is better than later, and we will also be putting together a counseling team."
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