First graduating class of 'mustangs' get first look at new school
MCCRACKEN COUNTY, Ky.- Even though students are only days away from the last day of school, it looked and sounded more like the first day at the new McCracken County High School.
Juniors from all three county high schools will get a chance to walk the halls and get familiar with the classrooms before the actual first day in the fall.
"While we had them as a captive audience within our school buildings, we could bring them over and really give every kid the opportunity to see this place," said principal Michael Ceglinski.
"I had heard everything from its one big room with rooms off of it to, I mean, everyone was just making up stuff and the teachers tried to explain what it was going to be like, but you can't really picture it in your head," she said.
The first day of class for students will be August 9.