Corbin Elementary Starts First Day In Renovated School

Hannah Reynolds


The traditional building was the first school in Corbin Schools and is still the oldest today, so it was important to both the community and the District to re-purpose the building and maintain its strong presence in downtown Corbin.

Corbin Elementary Principal Chris Webb says the project was several years in the making.

“I never dreamed to see this building come to this point that we’re at right now,” said Webb.

One of the biggest improvements was to improve safety with the addition of a walkway between the school and gym replacing an existing road which was potentially hazardous to cross.

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