A Washington football player may have caused injuries to other atletes
A Washington C.H. football player is being investigated for causing possible injuries to several Greenfield players at Friday’s Washington vs McClain football game. In a prepared statement released at Monday night’s School Board meeting, Superintendent Keith Brown said the school has been contacted by the Greenfield Police and is cooperating in the investigation but could not say anything else about the incident.
According to an article in the Times-Gazette the Washington athlete had used a sharp object while shaking hands to injure members of the Greenfield team. The newspaper reports up to twenty people may have been injured.
The Washington C.H. School Board approved a resolution to continue moving forward in their pursuit to sell the Historic Middle School Building. The resolution will allow the district to determine whether it is possible to divide the building for possible sale. Superintendent Keith Brown said the resolution is a step in the right direction.
The district would keep the auditorium and other parts of the school while auctioning off the main building.
At the September 20th board meeting Thomas Simons, senior vice president for the WODA Group, proposed acquiring the building for the purpose of renovating it for senior housing.