Magnolia School Sublets Classrooms

by The Editors on August 24, 2012

5035Cb7Abd138.Preview-620On Wednesday, August 22, 2012 the Carlsbad Unified School District agreed to lease “vacant classroom space” on the Magnolia School campus to the Sanderlin Waldorf School, according to a story in the North County Times.

The Encinitas-based private school will move into the 16-classroom space in the next couple of months, and is projected to pay $1,300 a month [per classroom] over the three-year lease agreement, which will total to approximately $250,000.

Sounds like a pretty good deal for the Waldorf School and for Magnolia. Obviously, none of the Sanderlin parents have attempted to drop their kids off at Magnolia school on a rainy day. They’ll learn the hard way.

[Link: North County Times]

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