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Education officials seek to better integrate RES, CSE, Hillcrest
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Leader photo by ELIZABETH DEGRIE Cypress Springs Elementary School is one of the three schools in Lincoln Parish that have been designated as racially identifiable.

Legal representation for the Lincoln Parish School Board says that parish education officials are working to resolve issues that have been raised recently due to pending desegregation litigation.

Pamela Wescovich Dill, one of the board’s attorneys with the firm Hammonds & Sills, said Superintendent of Schools Danny Bell along with other education leaders are currently considering the best way to address the issue that three of the four Ruston district elementary schools have been labeled as racially identifiable.

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