Notre Dame-Immaculate Conception School

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Notre Dame-Immaculate Conception School was a private, Roman Catholic elementary school in Easthampton, Massachusetts, located in the Roman Catholic Diocese of Springfield in Massachusetts.

Background[edit]

Notre Dame-Immaculate Conception School (also known as NDIC) was formed in 1973 at the campus of the former Notre Dame School in Easthampton, Massachusetts. NDIC was the result of the merger of two Catholic parish schools within the City of Easthampton, the aforementioned Notre Dame School (founded in 1908) and the Immaculate Conception School (founded in 1901.)

Status[edit]

Citing insufficient enrollment, the Diocese of Springfield closed the NDIC School on June 19, 2007.[1][2][3] Our Lady's Childcare Center is now located at the site.

External links[edit]

Notes and references[edit]

  1. ^ CBS3-Springfield. "Easthampton Catholic School Closing". Retrieved 2007-05-03. 
  2. ^ ICParish. "Who We Are". Retrieved 2007-06-30. [dead link]
  3. ^ DailyHampshireGazette. "Easthampton gauges impact of NDIC closure: Superintendent to report Thursday". Retrieved 2007-05-09. [dead link]

Coordinates: 42°16′21.6″N 72°40′6.4″W / 42.272667°N 72.668444°W / 42.272667; -72.668444