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Napoleon Schools purchase land for new elementary

The district purchased this field for the site. The district purchased this field for the site.
NAPOLEON, OH (Toledo News Now) -

TheNapoleon school district is one step closer to building a brand new elementaryschool after purchasing land needed for it.

Thenew school will be built off Westmooreland Avenue near the current high schoolin Napoleon, and where the new junior high addition will be built.

It’sall part of a restructuring plan in the district, which Superintendent Dr.Stephen Fogo says will not only save on operation costs, but also provide newopportunities for students.

“Itgives us a district campus feel, so they’re right across the street from eachother,” Dr. Fogo said. “One of the things we’re hoping that our kids in thehigh school choose to do during a study hall is walk right across the streetand work with our little pumpkins at the elementary school. Then they can getback in time for their next class.”

Thedistrict purchased the land for $787,000. Construction is expected to begin inMarch.

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