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Nekoosa Academy to stay put for now

District to form community task force to study options for alternative school relocation

8:19 PM, Aug. 20, 2013
In this Daily Tribune Media file photo, Shelby McCrossen, 17, from left, and Ann Lepak, Nekoosa Academy teacher, discuss an item to be placed in a ?Backpacks for Kids? meal pack, as Courtney Brixius, 17, and Ben Lamb, 17, fill other packs.
In this Daily Tribune Media file photo, Shelby McCrossen, 17, from left, and Ann Lepak, Nekoosa Academy teacher, discuss an item to be placed in a ?Backpacks for Kids? meal pack, as Courtney Brixius, 17, and Ben Lamb, 17, fill other packs.
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A local alternative school will stay put for now until Nekoosa School District leaders work with the community to determine the most appropriate place to hold classes, district officials said.

The Nekoosa Academy, which district officials previously considered moving from the former Alexander Middle School building to the high school when the district's lease ran out, will remain at the former middle school site that it shared with the Boys & Girls Club Nekoosa Unit, School Board President Wayne Freeman said.

"We want to get some people from the community (involved)," Freeman said ...

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