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Financial difficulty forces private school to shut doors

Financial difficulty forces private school to shut doors



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Parents and teachers want to know what happened to a private school that went under. The For Lease sign now towers over the Woodland Hills sign in front of the school.

Financial difficulty forces private school to shut doors

The school, located at 5900 S. 900 East in Murray, has been there since the early '90s, serving students with Asperger's syndrome. The teachers expected to be back this fall but were recently fired instead, and school equipment has been sold off.

Teachers blame the school's new owner for the school's demise, but owner Bob Jones tells the Salt Lake Tribune the school was in financial trouble before he came on board.

E-mail: mrichards@ksl.com

Mary Richards

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