The Gloucester County School Board is asking the community how it would like to see the T.C. Walker School campus utilized now that it has closed the K-5 elementary program that operated there.
"The campus offers a multi-use consideration," school division superintendent Ben Kiser said of the 64,000 square foot facility that includes a gymnasium and auditorium.
Kiser said school officials will accept ideas from the public through July 6. "The question is, what would you like to see the school board put in the T.C. Walker building? It has to be a relocation with no cost to the board," Kiser said. Those with suggestions can visit the school division website for submission information.
The full list of suggestions will be vetted by the board and staffers, who will compile a short list of possibilities for the board to consider during its Aug. 14 meeting.
One potential occupant for the building is the school division administration and related staff, which now...
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