The board also voted Thursday night to place up for sale the Greenwood Community Center property.
The 6-acre property, originally given to the community center in the 1960s with a condition that the property revert back to the school district if it ceased to function as a community center or there was an attempt to sell the property, came back into the possession of the district after the community center’s board disbanded in 2012, according to Hanks.
“So now there’s some liability that’s with that property, as there is with any property, and we would like to get out from underneath that,” Hanks said.
By law, the district must seek bids on the property, according to Hanks.
The district will have to have the property surveyed and do some other things to get it ready for sale but should soon put together a bid packet and advertise the property.