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  • A look inside the Marian Pritchett School

    Social worker and program coordinator Lindsay Klein offers a quick tour of the Marian Pritchett School for pregnant and parenting teens. The school, formerly a maternity hospital for unwed mothers, will get a new home in West Boise. The fate of the historic main building, built by the Salvation Army in 1921, is unknown.

Social worker and program coordinator Lindsay Klein offers a quick tour of the Marian Pritchett School for pregnant and parenting teens. The school, formerly a maternity hospital for unwed mothers, will get a new home in West Boise. The fate of the historic main building, built by the Salvation Army in 1921, is unknown. awebb@idahostatesman.com
Social worker and program coordinator Lindsay Klein offers a quick tour of the Marian Pritchett School for pregnant and parenting teens. The school, formerly a maternity hospital for unwed mothers, will get a new home in West Boise. The fate of the historic main building, built by the Salvation Army in 1921, is unknown. awebb@idahostatesman.com

Update: Boise school for pregnant, parenting teens has room for more students — including boys

January 15, 2017 11:49 PM