There could be some new development on the horizon in the city of Napoleon. The Napoleon School Board of Education accepted an offer to purchase the former West School property, which includes a 9-acre parcel. Randy Fisher was the buyer, at a cost of $50,000, and he’ll have 90 days to review the agreement, along with obtaining infrastructure information from the city of Napoleon.
The Napoleon school board organized for the new year, and elected Frank Cashman as president for 2018, with Ty Otto serving as vice president. Meetings will remain on the third Wednesday of the month for the most part.
In other action, the Napoleon Board approved fall sports coaches for next year, including Tory Strock in football, Randy Burke in cross country, Chad Bostelman in golf, and Denine Cramer in volleyball.
The kindergarten clinic for Napoleon is set for the dates of April 11th through 13th at the Church of the Nazarene.
And there will be no school for students at Napoleon Friday due to a staff work day, and on Monday for the Martin Luther King holiday.