Students in one Jackson County, West Virginia community are close to moving into a brand new building.
Work on a new Kenna Elementary is ahead of schedule, according to Jackson County Superintendent Blaine Hess.
Hess said the building should be complete by March of next year.
Hess said they will likely move students into the new building in August of 2014.
Students are currently attending class in their old building a few miles away. The school has frequently been troubled by issues with flooding.
(Four young men lend a hand at flooded Jackson County school)
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