We, and many other news outlets, have reported extensively on the unbelievable growth in the Cleveland independent school district. Superintendent Chris Potter, speaking to Liberty County Commissioners Tuesday said, they expect to reach 9,000 students by the end of this month. Of special concern by the north liberty county school district superintendent is ambulance service in the area of the new schools that have opened and will come in the future. Chris Potter told commissioners in the next 18 months they fully expect to have 5 new buildings added to the district.
The growth in Cleveland is astronomical, with that, Superintendent Chris Trotter asked the Liberty County Commissioners to be mindful of that and asked they give it consideration when discussing ambulance service to the north end of Liberty County.