A report on new schools which are to open in the fall released last month by the city Department of Education listed the red brick building at 108-55 69th Ave. in Forest Hills as a facility for pre-kindergarten through grade 3 students. City Councilwoman Melinda Katz (D-Forest Hills) and local community leaders sought to make the vacant building a locally zoned middle school for grades 6 through 8 because Stephen Halsey (JHS 157) and Russell Sage (JHS 190), the local junior high school choices, both are overcrowde
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