A student was injured on Friday morning during a shooting incident at West Liberty-Salem High School.
Here are five things to know about the school and the community:
1. School report card
The West Liberty-Salem Local district received a grade of B in the Performance Index Score in the latest school report card from the Ohio Department of Education. The district also received an A for its 4-Year Graduation Rate.
2. School population
The enrollment at West Liberty-Salem Middle/High School is 610 students in grades 6 through 12, according to the Ohio Department of Education.
3. Village population
The village of West Liberty holds a population of 1,805, according to 2010 Census. The median age is 43.4 years, and median household income is $48,413.
4. School construction
More than $14 million of projects were completed over the summer, causing the school to start classes almost a month later than other schools.
The project included renovations to the K-12 building and a 22,000-square-foot addition.
5. The village’s history stretches back to the early 1800s
The village was established in 1817 and is known as a tourist attraction for ancient caverns and caves.
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