Wednesday, February 8, 2017

School board eyes August for Park Street move-out date

With a possible redevelopment on the horizon for Springfield’s Park Street School building, the Springfield School District Board of Directors is asking that the district’s Central Office (CO), now housed in that former school, move out by August.


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4 comments :

  1. hasn't it been august for the last 3 years,will believe it when i see it,now they want to lease a building,why don't they put them in the bottom floor of riverside,what used to be the 6th grade wing,plenty of room there

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    1. They can't do that, that would make sense! You can't have an insane, money-sucking, inefficient government by making sense!

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  2. When is the last time you entered Riverside? The old 6th grade wing has Special Education, Health, Speech, OT, and All 4 One in there. There might even be more classes down there that I am not aware of.

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  3. "Redevelopment on the horizon" do tell, with whom?? what does this mean for the added $ in the 17/18 budget?

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