(HOWE) - For the 75 students and 51 staff members, the closing of Howe Military Academy will hit the hardest.
They’re the ones who will feel the immediate impact of the decision.
President Dr. Thomas Tate says they are working hard towards the welfare of students. He says they spoke via teleconference to the parents of their students and told them they are trying to do the best the can for all the students.
Tate was also asked if it would be possible to reverse course if a major donation came in. He said the Board of Trustees would meet to consider it, but would need to look not only at the short term but the long term of the facility.
The question still unanswered is what happens to the historic campus?
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