Crystal Lake Grade School Supt. Says School Closing Study Won’t Be Ready for for Months

Yesterday Crystal Lake Elementary School Superintendent Donn Mendoza sent Crystal Lake Library Director Kathryn Martens the following email:

“Attached is the operational information you requested.

“As per our discussion, last night, our Board directed me to commence a study and an analysis from a cost and programmatic perspective relative to what a school closing might look like in District 47.

“The study would be initiated with the intent of providing them with a long range view of what this would look like.

“That is to say I would not expect the study to be completed and presented to the Board with any type of recommendation until sometime toward the end of next school year or the during the year after.

“Please call me if you have any questions.”

Below is the spreadsheet of building information for District 47:

Basic building and acreage information for District 47 real estate.

Also noted is that District 47 is 47.8 square miles.


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Crystal Lake Grade School Supt. Says School Closing Study Won’t Be Ready for for Months — 1 Comment

  1. I wonder if there is property available sufficient that the City and D-47 could do a land swap, with no cost being passed on to the taxpayers.

    I still think the old Walmart adjacent to Three Oaks is a great spot. You put the library there and some of those empty storefronts will fill up. Would be a great place for Yumz or somebody like that, go to the library and then grab a snack or vice versa.

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