The Culver Community School Board this week met with individuals from the Monterey Christian Academy, which Superintendent Brad Schuldt explained is a group of people interested in using the old Monterey Elementary School building to house a Christian school. Schuldt said two school board members and the high school principal had previously met with the Monterey Christian Academy members and returned to update the rest of the board on what was going on.
Schuldt emphasized that no decision has been made, and the board is just interested in listening to a variety of ideas as to how the building could be used; as of now, Schuldt said the board has no inclination to use the building for any specific purpose, as it is currently maintaining minimal utilities at the building to simply keep it warm enough that the pipes do not freeze.
Schuldt said the board has not received many presentations of ideas for the building, but expressed that the board would love to hear any ideas that might be offered. He said there is no deadline to put the building to use, and they are in no rush to make a decision.