Parents at P.S. 121 are outraged that the Department of Education is seriously considering placing portable classrooms in the schoolyard of the 2750 Throop Avenue elementary school this September to accommodate the temporary relocation of Sports Professions High School.
On Tuesday, February 7, nearly 100 concerned parents and local residents packed the auditorium at P.S. 121 to listen to Region 2 superintendent Laura Rodriguez detail a possible plan that would relocate Sports Professions High School from its current temporary location at 50 Antin Place
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