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Beattie Academy was project created to open an behavior modification facility which were going to open in the building, which were formerly known as the old Beattie Public School [1] [2] [3].
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Beattie Academy was project created to open an behavior modification facility which were going to open in the building, which were formerly known as the old Beattie Public School <Ref>[http://www.mvleadvocate.com/web/isite.dll?1133976951437 Beattie council OK's sale of school], by Vernita Peeks, ''The Marysville Advocate'', December 07, 2005</Ref> <Ref>[http://www.mvleadvocate.com/web/isite.dll?1156357435640 Beattie Academy owners plan to move ahead soon], ''The Marysville Advocate'', August 23, 2006</Ref> <Ref>[http://www.kssos.org/pubs/register%5C2007%5CVol_26_No_37_September_13_2007_p_1415-1486.pdf Kansas Register]</Ref>
  
 
The founder was Joseph AhQuin from Utah - brother of Clay AhQuin from [[Liahona Academy]].
 
The founder was Joseph AhQuin from Utah - brother of Clay AhQuin from [[Liahona Academy]].
  
However in 2007 the building was sold to a company, which wanted to use the gym hall for computer parts [4].
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However in 2007 the building was sold to a company, which wanted to use the gym hall for computer parts <Ref>[http://www.mvleadvocate.com/web/isite.dll?1174423546984 Twin Valley purchases Beattie School], By Sally Gray, ''The Marysville Advocate'', March 21, 2007</Ref>
  
 
== References ==
 
== References ==
 
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*1) [http://www.mvleadvocate.com/web/isite.dll?1133976951437 Beattie council OK's sale of school], by Vernita Peeks, ''The Marysville Advocate'', December 07, 2005
 
*2) [http://www.mvleadvocate.com/web/isite.dll?1156357435640 Beattie Academy owners plan to move ahead soon], ''The Marysville Advocate'', August 23, 2006
 
*3) [http://www.kssos.org/pubs/register%5C2007%5CVol_26_No_37_September_13_2007_p_1415-1486.pdf Kansas Register]
 
*4) [http://www.mvleadvocate.com/web/isite.dll?1174423546984 Twin Valley purchases Beattie School], By Sally Gray, ''The Marysville Advocate'', March 21, 2007
 
  
 
== External Links ==
 
== External Links ==
 
 
*Forum: [http://wwf.fornits.com/viewtopic.php?t=24162 Utah Program Owners/Employees Opening Programs in Kansas], tread on Fornits webforum
 
*Forum: [http://wwf.fornits.com/viewtopic.php?t=24162 Utah Program Owners/Employees Opening Programs in Kansas], tread on Fornits webforum
 
  
 
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Beattie Academy was project created to open an behavior modification facility which were going to open in the building, which were formerly known as the old Beattie Public School [1] [2] [3]

The founder was Joseph AhQuin from Utah - brother of Clay AhQuin from Liahona Academy.

However in 2007 the building was sold to a company, which wanted to use the gym hall for computer parts [4]

References

  1. Beattie council OK's sale of school, by Vernita Peeks, The Marysville Advocate, December 07, 2005
  2. Beattie Academy owners plan to move ahead soon, The Marysville Advocate, August 23, 2006
  3. Kansas Register
  4. Twin Valley purchases Beattie School, By Sally Gray, The Marysville Advocate, March 21, 2007

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