GREEN BAY - The Green Bay Area Public School District will announce plans Tuesday afternoon for a school in downtown Green Bay.
The district and city leaders say the gifted and talented school will be located at 139 S. Monroe Ave.
The real estate listing states the building was constructed in the 1900's as the Cathedral Catholic Grade School.
"To utilize this historic building and educate future leaders in downtown Green Bay continues the momentum and energy of the greater Green Bay community," said Green Bay Mayor Jim Schmitt in a release.
Land records show the property was recently owned by St. Vincent Hospital, which used it as a daycare.
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