Alabama Gov. Bob Riley is continuing his tours of the state's newest schools that were built from a bond issue.
Riley visited the new Carr Junior High School in Montgomery Thursday morning.
It was built with proceeds from the school construction bond issue that he proposed in 2007 and the Alabama Legislature approved.
The new school is expected to have around 700 students this fall.
Riley has toured schools in Birmingham, Madison and Jemison that were built with the bond money.
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