Seattle Superintendent does about-face over school for disabled children

The Seattle Public Schools Superintendent finally speaks more than a month after our original story aired regarding the lease issue at the Seattle Public Schools' North Queen Anne building. That space has housed a non-profit school for disabled children for 28 years.

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The Wilson-Pacific school building in Greenwood is scheduled to be demolished in February 2015. The principal of the Cascade school that currently uses the building told KIRO Radio's Colleen O'Brien the grounds are swept weekly for drug needles, feces and the building has no healthy drinking water.

The Cascade Program is set to move into the Queen Anne building once the Northwest Center has moved out.


Photo by Katharine Guité
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Original article: Seattle Superintendent does about-face over school for disabled children



Colleen O'Brien, KIRO Radio Morning News Anchor
Colleen O'Brien anchors The Morning News on KIRO Radio, weekdays from 5 to 9 a.m.

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