COLUMBUS, GA (WTVM) - Community members voicing their concerns during Thursday night's Muscogee County School district meeting, all surrounding the proposal to hire Camelot Education to staff their alternative school programs.
Those in attendance of Thursday night's meeting were each given a notecard they could write any questions they had on.
That note card was then read off to the Muscogee County Superintendent David Lewis, along with other Camelot and district representatives for an answer.
One of the re-occurring themes in question regarded safety issues with the Camelot program.
"How is Camelot lawful in light of segregation laws that tour state has already warned about in like of GNET and Woodall? They are on that same campus. With all of their peers, previously with Woodall students, they were not," said Valerie Fuller, MCSD Director of Communications
The final decision regarding Camelot's future for Muscogee County will be made during the council meeting this Monday, April 10 at 5 pm.