Ready to grow: Renovated Teasley Elementary buildi...
by Michelle Babcock
12:05 AM, Monday, August 03
SMYRNA — Teasley Elementary School is starting this school year off with 20 new classrooms and 53,000 square feet of additional space, bringing the entire student body and all staff back into the same building for the first time since renovations ...

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