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Edison officials consider leasing parochial school for students displaced by James Monroe Elementary fire

Students have been using buildings at Middlesex County

Students have been using buildings at Middlesex County College since their school was destroyed by a fire. (Credit: News 12 New Jersey)

School officials in Edison are considering leasing a parochial school in Iselin to house students whose school was destroyed by a fire.

A special meeting will be held this week about leasing St. Cecilia's School to provide a longer-term school for the 500 students from James Monroe Elementary School.

Students from James Monroe have been using two buildings on Middlesex County College's...

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