consolidated school


Definition of consolidated school

: a public school formed by merging other schools

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When the school opened 236 students were enrolled from all over the consolidated school district. Valerie Strauss, Washington Post, "There is a national Memorial to Fallen Educators and it is about to add 10 new names," 19 June 2018 Eleven years ago, Riggins decided to break away from a consolidated school district that included nearby Grangeville. Dave Southorn, idahostatesman, "'It makes me want to cry a little bit.' Riggins beams as Vander Esch gets drafted. | Idaho Statesman," 26 Apr. 2018 There’d been several unusual incidents prior to the bombing: Kehoe killed his neighbor’s dog, beat one of his horses to death, and argued with members of the school board over the cost of ongoing taxes for the consolidated school. Lorraine Boissoneault, Smithsonian, "The 1927 Bombing That Remains America’s Deadliest School Massacre," 18 May 2017

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1869, in the meaning defined above

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