Stillwater Sells Old Building to New Heights Charter School Partner
Stillwater schools is selling the old Washington Elementary School building.
According to the Stillwater Gazette, the School Board voted unanimously to approve a $1.3 million purchase agreement to sell the former Washington Elementary School building to a partner of New Heights Charter School.
New Heights opened in 1993 and has leased the Washington school building from the Stillwater Area Public School District since that time, the report said.
New Heights Principal Tom Kearney said the charter school will be mostly paying the $1.3 million purchase price through state-issued funding for charter school buildings, the report said.
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