2015-05-07 / Front Page

Greeley Hill charter school to close

Photo | CONTRIBUTEDPhoto | CONTRIBUTEDThursday, May 7, 2015 - 3 p.m. - School district officials on Wednesday, May 6 decided to reopen Greeley Hill School for next school year after the organizers of Greeley Hill-Gold Rush Charter School decided to close the facility.

Greeley Hill - Gold Rush Charter School will close at the end of this school year.

Superintendent Robin Hopper said the Mariposa County Unified School district decided at the meeting to reopen Greeley Hill School.

Hopper did not specify the reasoning behind either the district's or the charter school's decision.

Merlin Jones, supervisor for District 2, the district the school is located in, said the new school will be a kindergarten through 12th grade facility.

“Everyone’s all excited about the school opening this fall,” Jones said. He said the charter school had about 40 students, and the new school will have about 70 students. The campus will need some work before opening, he added.

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