Everly school building to be sold to non-profit firm for $5,000
GEA will take ownership 'as soon as possible'
July 30, 2020
The I's need to be dotted and T's need to be crossed, but the former Clay Central/Everly 7-12 grade building has a new lease on life.
The school board on Monday agreed to sell the entire school property to Guardian Education and Athletic Services (GEA) for $5,000. Once formalities are completed and the purchase agreement is signed, the building will officially change possession to the non-profit firm.
"The district has put a fair amount of money into the building, and it'd be nice to see it used for a positive purpose," said Board Member Brian Schmidt.
Two of GEA's founding members, Brent K...