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INDIAN LAND – David McDonald, principal at Indian Land Elementary/Middle School, will serve as administrator of two schools when the middle school population begins classes in a new building next semester.
Crews have been working since the summer to convert the former Indian Land High School to the new middle school. Moving the middle schoolers to a separate building is another way to help deal with the population growth in the Panhandle.
With nearly 1,300 students, the ILEMS population is the second-largest of any school in Lancaster County School District.
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