The school board blew past the conversion issue for Leesville Road Middle.
Nearly all of the discussion was about the Wood Valley students wanting to stay. After that talk, Beverley Clark questioned why they were converting the school when they're even in a position to have space at Leesville.
Asst. Supt. Chuck Dulaney said they'd have to drop 200 kids from the plan if they didn't convert Leesville. On that note, the board moved to a discussion of the next school, Ligon Middle.
The board has wrapped it up for the day after finishing up the middle schools. They'll start high schools on Monday afternoon.