Catholic school building in Sacramento deemed unsafe

July 7, 2010
St. Francis of Assisi classes will relocate to another parish until upgrades are made

From The Sacramento Bee: St. Francis of Assisi Elementary School in Sacramento, Calif., will relocate for the coming school year after its current building was deemed unsafe. The K-8 school, which was built in 1923, learned in June that the building did not pass safety regulations and would need to be retrofitted. Estimates for the retrofitting have ranged from $3 million to $5 million. The school will relocate to the All Hallows Parrish in the city’s Tahoe Park neighborhood for an undetermined amount of time.

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