Marisa asks:

What caveats are there to leasing a public school site that is scheduled to be shut (budget issue) for use as a private or charter school?

In Topics: School and Academics, Choosing a school
> 60 days ago


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eliad , Parent writes:
My son studied in a private school that was on old public school property. They leased it from the school district. the district has evicted them with only 1-1.5 month notice (mid year) without having to give too much explanations.

That was a little traumatic for the principle, teachers and parents. We all had to work together to make the best out of it while shielding the kids from this mess. In our case it was a happy ending and things worked out for the better.

But make sure to have something in your contract that they can't take you out of the facility in the middle of a school year. even better if you can get 6 month notice would be better.

Best of luck!
> 60 days ago

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