Decatur students in trailers; administrators in school | ajc.comLooks like a public relations disaster no matter what Decatur Schools does.
Dozens of Decatur students will return to classes Monday in trailers while their administrators work from inside a half-empty school.
City Schools of Decatur officials say the trailers are temporary for one year while they finish building a new school.
But parents don’t understand why the 40 administrators who work out of the former Westchester Elementary School don’t spend the year in trailers instead.
The problem is that the former Westchester and its cheery, colorful sign are right there on Scott Boulevard, THE primary eastside artery from Atlanta to Stone Mountain and points beyond. I don't want to guess how many thousands of drivers see the place twice a day and are reminded that there are no students in there.