Administrators at Fayette Public Schools are trying to figure out how to proceed now that the high school has been mostly destroyed by fire. Superintendent Larry Leech says he hopes to keep the 200-plus students on campus by splitting up an elementary school gymnasium or finding some other large space. Administrators met this afternoon to discuss the situation. The state fire marshal’s office is on the scene today looking for a cause. Local fire officials say both of the schools major classroom buildings were destroyed, along with a brand new $200,000 dollar library.
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