Ground broken for new Pulaski County Middle School

The ground has officially been broken at the future site of Pulaski County’s new, consolidated middle school.

Pulaski County Schools hosted a groundbreaking ceremony early Saturday morning off Route 11 between Pulaski and Dublin where Pulaski County Middle School will be constructed.

The event attracted local citizens, present and former school board and board of supervisors members, and many others.

Construction crews are due to begin moving dirt in a far bigger way in a matter of days.

The school is due to open in the fall of 2020 and will replace the county’s two current middle schools in Pulaski and Dublin.

Read more on the event this coming week in The Patriot and on this website.

The Pulaski County School Board and student representatives perform the official groundbreaking at Saturday’s event.
Pulaski Middle School students perform, “Let’s Build It.”
Members of the Pulaski County Citizens for Education “break ground.”
Pulaski County Board of Supervisors members break ground with the help of some students.
Pulaski County School Board Chairman Timmy Hurst makes remarks during the ceremony with School Superintendent Dr. Kevin Siers and School Board member Bill Benson looking on.
Dublin Middle School students perform the National Anthem at the beginning of Saturday morning’s ceremony.