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The four-day move began Thursday for all the staff at the Schoolcraft Learning Community as two semitrailers filled with school supplies arrived to be unloaded and set up at the French Village at Concordia Language Camp. Working an assembly line system from trailer to pickup are, from left, Joe Weeks, Tracy Schoenfelder, Lisa Robinson and Rita Poulton. Pioneer Photo/Monte Draper

From crates to classrooms: Schoolcraft has moved in and out 21 times, but school says it's worth it

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Two semitrailers, a few pickup trucks, one moving vehicle and one big fork lift - the recipe for a successful move-in day at Schoolcraft Learning Community.

Since the school opened 11 years ago, the school has moved in and out of its grounds 21 times. For most of those years, those grounds have been at Lac du Bois, the French Village at the Concordia Language Villages located northeast of Bemidji.

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