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Groundbreaking ceremony to be held for new SISD elementary school

The Socorro Independent School District is breaking ground on a brand-new elementary school campus on Wednesday morning.

The school will be built to accommodate about 800 students who will live in the rapidly expanding area near Pebble Hills High School.

ABC-7 obtained renderings of the interior and exterior of the school, which gave a glimpse of the school entrance, open classrooms and a library.

The yet-to-be named school will span 122,000 square feet and cost $28 million to build.

The school will be located on Ralph Seitsinger Drive next to James Butler Elementary and Staff Sergeant Manuel Puentes Middle.

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