What Happens to a School When It’s No Longer a School?

The metal letters hanging from the bricks of West Hurley’s former elementary school now read “WEST HUR EY SCH O .”  The concrete front steps are crumbling. Through the tinted windows, the main lobby is dark and empty, except for an American flag standing alone in a corner. The second school building on the property, an old wooden schoolhouse with butter-yellow paint flaking off its boards, is … Continue reading What Happens to a School When It’s No Longer a School?