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Officials Ponder Fate Of Rampart School Building

By | August 2, 2012 - 5:23 pm

In the last 13 years, more than two dozen schools have permanently closed their doors in rural communities across the state. Most are still sitting empty. The schools had to shut down after villages lost too many school aged kids to meet state requirements. That’s the case for the school in Rampart, which closed in 2000.  It’s one of four buildings the state is looking to move, refurbish or demolish.

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