The future of the site of the former Plainfield school building will be discussed at tonight’s Nashua-Plainfield School Board meeting.
Earlier this year, the board voted to demolish the school, which closed three years ago. Starting with the 2018-2019 school year, all of the district’s students have attended classes in Nashua. The building itself was demolished in early September and Superintendent Todd Liechty says school officials want public input on the future of the site.
Liechty, who took over as superintendent after the decision was made to demolish the school, says that since the Huskies already play softball in Plainfield, one option would be to move baseball there as well, instead of playing at the field on the north side of Nashua, owned by the Big Four Fair.
Liechty adds that those who cannot attend the meeting tonight at 7 p.m. in the junior/senior high commons are encouraged to contact school board members to give them your input.