Neighbors had begged the Kansas City school board to choose the $23 million KC Sustainable Development Partners plan for Westport High School, which offered a large “Westport Campus” with lots of space for nonprofits, arts groups and artists, literacy groups, health centers and other community activities.
Neighbors had begged the Kansas City school board to choose the $23 million KC Sustainable Development Partners plan for Westport High School, which offered a large “Westport Campus” with lots of space for nonprofits, arts groups and artists, literacy groups, health centers and other community activities. File photo
Neighbors had begged the Kansas City school board to choose the $23 million KC Sustainable Development Partners plan for Westport High School, which offered a large “Westport Campus” with lots of space for nonprofits, arts groups and artists, literacy groups, health centers and other community activities. File photo

Neighborhood groups hail decision to sell and repurpose Westport High School

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