Falls Village: Tough talk about closing the school

Perceptions differed but one thing was clear: Falls Village likes having its own school.

A crowd of 60-plus people filled the Senior Center on Wednesday evening, Oct. 11, for a special Board of Education meeting designed to get residents thinking about the future of the town’s elementary school, the Lee H. Kellogg School.

The meeting was a “structured community discussion,” with Jonathan Costa of EdAdvance as facilitator.

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