School starts Monday for students in Coffee County. Even before the students hit the books, Superintendent Dr. Linda Ingram is predicting there will be more students in classes this year.
Dr. Ingram says pre-enrollment figures indicate a rise in the number of students.
Officials say a general population increase in Coffee County is part of the reason.
Many parents feel smaller, rural schools provide their child more individualized attention in the classroom.
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