Rumors that the Jackson County School System are providing houses for two new administrators are not true, said superintendent John Green.
Green said Wednesday that the school-owned properties are being fixed for storage use and that one of the system's new hires had put some personal items one of the properties pending closure on a house he purchased in Hoschton, but that no school personnel are living or would be living in any school property.
"It's not true," Green said of the rumors.
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