The fate of Reagan
PRINCETON — A group of Tiskilwa residents have voiced their concerns about the possible closing of Reagan Middle School, which residents say would destroy “the remaining pulse” of their small community.
About 40 residents attended Monday’s meeting of the Princeton Elementary School Board, which was held in the Reagan Middle School gymnasium. Four of those residents addressed the board, with one of the speakers referring to a petition signed by nearly 300 people opposing the possible closing of the Reagan building.
Resident John Brokaw said Tiskilwa residents want to keep Reagan open and operating as it currently is, as a school. The Tiskilwa community has lost its bank as well as other businesses and does not want to lose its grade school too. The closing of Reagan would destroy the “remaining pulse of the small community,” he said.
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