Marshall County Legislators offer assistance to Arab City Schools.

Marshall County Legislators offer assistance to Arab City Schools.


Senator Clay Scofield and Representative Wes Kitchens met with Arab High School officials at the Arab vs. Scottsboro game on September 10th to offer assistance for school projects.

Senator Scofield presented funding to Arab Primary, Arab Elementary, Arab Junior High, and Arab High School. These checks total $40,000, with each school receiving $10,000.

Representative Wes Kitchens presented a check for $15,000 to the Arab High School Library to assist with needed updates.

“These educators work very hard to provide the best programming for our students. Even with the uncertain schedules over the last year and a half, they have worked toward increased projects and working on the best way to prepare students for the future.” - Senator Clay Scofield

“Arab High School Library has a specific project needing support. I am pleased to be able to assist with this and know it will pay dividends through our students.” - Representative Kitchens

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