Members of the Curwensville Area continue to work on the possible sale of the former Penn-Grampian School. Back in February, the school board approved the closing of the school at the end of the school year.
During a combined business meeting and work session, looked into the choices open under the state's school code to sell the building. The law allows the sale to be done in a public auction, sealed bid, or private sale.
The board approved holding a private sale, hoping to capitalize on interest from CenClear Child Services. The private sale is subject to approval through the Clearfield County Court of Common Pleas once school board officials petition the court.
So far, no other individual, business or agency has shown interest in the building.