Local school purchases mental health facility for expansion
PALMER, Neb. —
The Palmer Public School has purchased and created plans for a building that was used as a mental health facility.
Life Quest at the Coolidge Center was shut down on October 20 after an investigation led to its license being revoked.
The Palmer Public School Board approved purchase of the building last week.
The superintendent said the school has been looking to expand, including a bigger daycare, after-school programs, future classrooms and a community center.
The school is holding a public tour on December 11 at 5 p.m.