About 125 families whose children could be among the first to attend a new elementary school in Berkeley County got a glimpse Monday at where the attendance lines may be drawn.
The Berkeley County School District held a meeting at Goose Creek Primary to unveil the attendance lines for a new elementary school that is planned for the Foster Creek-Tanner Plantation area, which is scheduled to open for the 2015-16 school year.
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