Closed elementary school: District’s keeping it, for now

March 30, 2008 at 2:20 pm | In West Seattle news, West Seattle schools | 1 Comment

Though Seattle Public Schools leadership has decided to sell off a handful of former schools, including the Fauntleroy Schoolhouse (whose tenants are working to buy it; here’s WSB in-depth coverage of last Wednesday’s meeting), SPS confirms it’s keeping mothballed Fairmount Park Elementary (map) as “inventory.” (Photo at left was taken as crews moved items out after it closed at the end of last school year.) Other ex-schools in West Seattle that are NOT on the market include Louisa Boren Junior High, which will become the new temporary home of Chief Sealth High School starting this fall, and E.C. Hughes, which is the current (temporary) home of South Lake alternative high school. (Our list of all currently operating public and private schools in West Seattle is here.)

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  1. What, no smart alec comment about the school being turned into Condos? :-)

    Comment by RobertSeattle — 1:05 pm March 31, 2008 #

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