Perrysburg school officials are selling seven modular classrooms to Owens Community College.
Owens will pay $70,560 for the units that are at five buildings: Fort Meigs, Toth, Woodland, and Commodore elementary schools as well as the junior high school. Owens also will pay to transport and install the classrooms on its campus.
The units were purchased to ease overcrowding in the Perrysburg schools while the community determined a long-range solution to the growing number of students in the district. The first three units were installed in 1996, one unit was added in 1997, and three more were installed in 1998.
Three units were purchased new, and four were used. Total cost for the modular classrooms was $182,000.
Perrysburg no longer needs the modular classrooms.
A new high school opened last fall off of Roachton Road.
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