to close the school

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  • To save money plans to close the school began.
  • During the late 1980s the cost of transportation forced the school district to close the school.
  • The Great Depression brought several attempts to close the school for financial reasons.
  • In May of that year, it was voted to close the school.
  • The city school board voted to close the school.
  • The plan was short-lived though, as slaveholders soon forced the two to close the school.
  • This is far smaller than the other three schools in the county, and for years the county attempted to close the school.
  • The board decides to close the school immediately.
  • The decision to close the school was due to the threat of imminent danger to students.
  • Eventually, the decision was made to close the school, and it was decided that the school would close near the end of the decade.
  • Young men were in service at that time, and the enrollment was so low that it was decided to close the school.
  • The Squire sat through the remaining exercises, until it was time to close the school. Cited from The Pot of Gold, by Mary E. Wilkins
  • She and the SCA held a meeting and the agency threatened to close the school down.
  • A decision was therefore made in 1965 to close the school.
  • Attempts to close the school began after the takeover.
  • In 2007 the decision was made to close the school because of lack of pupils.
  • In 1975 there was a plan to close the school but this was opposed by the local community.
  • After 25 years, her health forced her to close the school in 1885.
  • Students protested the decision to close the school.
  • Missouri under Governor John Ashcroft had announced plans to close the school.
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