Take a look inside Cobb’s newest elementary school

There was a ribbon-cutting ceremony for the Cobb County School District’s newest elementary school Tuesday.

U.S. Rep. Karen Handel, R-Roswell, and Georgia Sen. Kay Kirkpatrick, R-Marietta, were there for the opening of Brumby Elementary School.

The school, previously on Powers Ferry Road, is now on Terrell Mill Road, around the corner from Sope Creek Elementary.

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$120 million mixed-use property is set to take over the old elementary school land.

Brumby and its fellow newly built neighbor, East Cobb Middle School, were set to open for the first day of classes the next morning.

Take a look at the new Brumby Elementary below:

Princpal Amanda Richie speaks at the ribbon-cutting ceremony for the new new Brumby Elementary School on Tuesday, July 31, 2018. (Ben Brasch/AJC)
(Ben Brasch/AJC)

Neighboring East Cobb Middle School also had a ribbon-cutting ceremony Tuesday.

The new East Cobb Middle School had a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Tuesday, July 21, 2018. (Ben Brasch/AJC)

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