HOUMA, Louisiana — The Terrebonne Parish public schools superintendent said he won't meet a deadline set by the school board on proposing an updated facilities master plan to deal with aging school buildings.
Schools Superintendent Philip Martin tells The Courier (http://bit.ly/1EXxC9M) he doesn't "have any issues to bring them."
Martin met regularly with a facilities advisory committee, created by the school board to assist him in updating a decade old strategic construction plan.
He was directed by the board to bring a recommendation back by the Sept. 21 Buildings, Food Service and Transportation Committee meeting.
Martin said he plans to take the committee by Houma Jr. High School at its next meeting. Officials say the school is overcrowded.
Information from: The Courier, http://www.houmatoday.com