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Lindbergh School District Makes Plans for $2 Million Piece of Donated Land

The site will be called the Al Moore Leadership Center, in recognition of the generous donation.

Photo Credit: Patch
Photo Credit: Patch
What would you do with 10-acres of donated land?

That's a question the Lindbergh School District is trying to decide.

Sunset Hills resident Alwal "Al" Moore donated the former Paraclete Fathers property in Sunset Hills, which is valued at $2 million.

Superintendent Jim Simpson has labeled the move "a win-win" for the district and the community, according to Call Newspaper.

Moore presented the district with former Paraclete Fathers property, located at 13270 Maple Drive, in the Tapawingo subdivision, last month. The district has a 50-year lease for a monthy $1 fee, according to the Call

Moore previously attempted to have the property approved to be used as a community library and city park.

The site will be called the Al Moore Leadership Center, in recognition of the generous donation, according to Call's report. The center primarily will be used for teacher training and professional development.

Simpson said it's important to note the land's use could change over time as district needs arise.

To read additional articles on the Paraclete Fathers property, click here.

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