Appomattox, VA - The Appomattox community got to tour its new and improved Primary school Wednesday.
Teachers, students and parents came out to the dedication and ribbon cutting Wednesday morning.
Some of the renovations include a new kitchen, library and eight new classrooms.
The project began back in the spring of last year. Administrators called this a big day for the Appomattox county school system.
"For the first time in years, we will have staff and teachers who were in make shift closets now be in classrooms and offices," said Dorinda Grasty, the superintendent.
Appomattox county Primary school was first completed back in 1955. The last addition to the school was in 1991.