The girls at St. Hubert High School and their supporters aren’t about to let their beloved school close down without a fight. They’re raising funds as they appeal to the archdiocese.
The mayor starts his second and last term with an inaugural address short on dreams and objectives — a sharp contrast to the tone four years ago.
Last week, the Catholic Archdiocese called for the closing of five high schools and 45 elementary schools. Representatives from St. Laurentius and St. George schools, both in the riverwards, vowed to appeal the decision.
A sad day leaves pupils of some Northeast grade schools wondering about the future.
For St. Hubert students, word that their school will close forever in five months spurs tears and much uncertainty.