By Joe Moskowitz
Ever since the end of the Post World War II baby boom, schools in general, but especially in rural areas, have been facing the problem of declining enrollments. Andes Central School was included in merger talks since the early 1970s.
Three years ago, the district reached its low point. The enrollment was down to 101 and if the school’s one kindergartner had moved, there would be an even 100. That’s right THE kindergartner. There was just one.