VICTORY, Vt. (AP) — A Vermont school district is looking to donate a one-room school house that is no longer in use.
Essex-Caledonia Supervisory Union Superintendent Michael Clark said on Thursday that the Victory School Board asked him to seek out organizations that may be interested in acquiring the school house. The Caledonian-Record reports the Victory School District is being dissolved after voters approved to join another school district last year.
Victory’s school directors earlier considered selling the old school house, but Clark says they later learned a sale wouldn’t generate a lot of income.
Clark says the school board hopes to find a nonprofit that can make use of it for the greater Northeast Kingdom community.
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