It's offical: CC/E sells school to non-profit
In unanimous vote, CC/E board passes building to GEA
October 15, 2020
One of the biggest properties in Everly has a new owner.
The Clay Central/Everly school board on Oct. 7 officially agreed to sell the district's former 7-12 grade building to Guardian Educational & Athletic Services (GEA) for $5,000. The sale includes all outbuildings on the 10.8-acre lot, which hasn't housed students since 2019.
GEA, a non-profit firm, approached the district in late-July with plans to transform the facility into an "intermediate college program" geared towards post-secondary students interested in honing both their academic and athletic skills for the next level. For...