Published Date Written by Noelle Barrett
The halls are quiet, the chatter of children gone. One room, labeled “police,” is a reminder that the past is just that. But turn the corner, and one classroom is eerily familiar – names still above hooks, projects still taped to the walls, words still scrawled across the chalkboard.
It’s been decades since students learned their ABCs and 1,2,3s inside Northumberland Elementary School in Royalton. Today the building houses the borough’s offices, police department and senior citizens’ center, and hosts meetings and group events.
But on Saturday, Aug. 30, the halls and classrooms will be flooded with students once again . . .