What happened to former Sandusky Schools buildings?
Sandusky Schools superintendent Eugene Sanders and board member Faith Denslow provided the following answers:
• Barker School: Used as a 24-hour day care and children's center space.
• Campbell School: Home of the Nehemiah Center or Nehemiah Partners of Sandusky. Former board member Richard Koonce supervises activities there. The Nehemiah Center’s mission is to empower children and teens to reach their full potential, according to its website. In doing so, its leaders hope to restore the local community, one relationship at a time.
• Madison School: Functioning as a church, Spirit and Truth Ministries, with Pastor Tracy Shoemo, a former school board member.
• Monroe School: Sold to a religious organization, and the facilities are being used to some degree for that purpose.