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ACCA Moves To New Location

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  Original Published: 10/24/2013Ashland County Community Academy (ACCA) has moved to a new location which offers more space for its staff and students. A ribbon cutting ceremony was held Wednesday at the school's new building at 716 Union St. The academy moved into the former Rain Drop Products facility from its former location at 2 Hedstrom Drive. Supt. Allen Wilson said the school provides alternative education placement options for students in Ashland, Wayne, Holmes, and surrounding counties. "We currently have 130 students in grades 9 through 12 and we have 10 staff members," Wilson said. "Our staff loves the building as well and they're very excited about the environment," Wilson said. Wilson said plans to renovate the former factory started in February. He said the new location offers students a unique environment to work and learn in.
   
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