The Academy agreed to a three-year lease with Rupp Enterprises LLC for the northeast wing of the former Adams Elementary School building at 2001 Jefferson. They will be utilizing ten classrooms to start, with some will be converted to science and math labs, administrative offices, and a cafeteria area.
Ashley is drooling over the hot new truck in town and she talks with directors of the Ulmus Academy, who plan to start classes right after Labor Day.
At a meeting for interested parents Monday night at the Madison Park Christian Church, co-founder Jennifer Wiemelt told the crowd of around 75 that the inaugural year of the Academy will begin on Tuesday, September 6, the day after Labor Day.
Ashley Conrad talks to Jen Wiemelt of the Ulmus Academy about starting a new school from scratch and Blessing CEO Maureen Kahn explains why Blessing Health System continues to oppose Quincy Medical Group’s new hospital proposal.
Ashley Conrad and Ron Kinscherf discuss a group trying to start a new school from scratch, then Ashley talks Furries! The Abbey, Utopia, Harvey’s Furniture, Instant Replay, Quincy Warehouse Bargains and The Liquor Booth bring you The Daily Muddy.
A nine-member board led the presentation of the vision of The Ulmus Academy. The board is made up of parents who say they have concerns with today’s educational system and the lack of input and control parents have at existing schools.