FLORENCE — Florence school board members voted Monday morning to allow the Community Action Partnership of North Alabama to lease the W.C. Handy School building to operate the city’s Head Start and Early Head Start programs.
The Florence school district last week relinquished control of the two Handy operations as well as the $2 million grant used to fund them, an action school officials said is necessary to keep the programs open.
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