The plan allows the district to save money by moving some programs currently in short-term leased space into L’Etoile du Nord’s building, which has a longer lease, Kanavati said. It also gives the French immersion program, which has seen its enrollment nearly triple in the past five years, space to expand in a building that Parkway was leaving roughly two-thirds unused.
The thing I haven’t heard in all of this (I have a child who attends this school), is what they are putting into the building that LNFI is leaving? We live across the street from it. Enquiring Minds Want to Know!!Written on April 8th, 2006 by Chris Prather