Greenville Plumas Charter School Students Have a New Location to Call Thier Own


Greenville Plumas Charter School for TK to 6th grade students now have a place to call their own once again. The 50 charter school students had their elementary school burned during the Dixie Fire and have been scattered throughout the county and some found a home at the Indian Valley Gem and Mineral Museum Hall in Taylorsville in efforts to maintain their education this school year. It has been seven months and what State Superintendent Tony Thurmond and Jake Wolf from the California Department of Education’s Disaster Relief department promised following the fire has come to a reality. Portable classrooms have arrived in Taylorsville. The three classrooms, two bathroom and one office building will be on the same campus with the 7-12th grades of Indian Valley Academy. The buildings have been assembled and the site prepared, the school is ready to welcome home its students.