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Memphis-Shelby County Schools posted a job opening for new Superintendent

MEMPHIS, Tenn. - Memphis-Shelby County Schools (MSCS) has been looking into 35.79 acres of land to place a new high school.

The agenda for Tuesday, Feb. 28 meeting has the copy of agreement, but MSCS could not confirm if the proposal will be voted on.

MSCS agreement for the land described it as the location being on Herbert Road and off Raleigh LaGrange. 

Crews Investment Holdings LLC is selling the land to MSCS for $3.579 million.

The file of agreement showed it was signed by Crews Investment Holdings management on February 20, but it has not been signed by Shelby County Board of Education. 

MSCS has 150 days to determine if the land fits its purpose if the board members vote and the agreement is passed. 

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