It’s the second school in New York State to reopen after it was closed by the state last month for lack of funds.
The New York Public Library reopened the New York City school for use in February after more than six months in the state’s “crisis” because it did not have enough staff.
A number of local schools have also reopened recently due to the state budget crisis.
In the past year, there have been at least a dozen other school closings, and a slew of other closures that have led to a loss of thousands of dollars in public school funding.
Primrose School has been closed since last month when state funding ran out, and in a press release, the school said that the closure is a result of the budget crisis in New Jersey.
Primerschool is a private, Christian boarding school located in the town of New York’s Williamsport.
The New Jersey school board approved the school’s closure in March due to a funding shortfall.
Primrose Principal Tim Miller told CBS News in May that it was the first time the school had closed in 15 years.
“It’s not about us being closed.
It’s about the kids,” Miller said.
Primewaterschools staff has been told to prepare for an influx of students.
Miller said that in addition to having fewer staff, there will be fewer students, fewer teachers, and less support.
“We’re going to have to put some of our best teachers and most dedicated teachers into that classroom,” Miller told ABC News.
Primateschool will reopen on Tuesday, April 14, at 10 a.m.
At the time of the press conference, the public schools were closed, but Miller said the school will reopen with more teachers and more resources.
“The community will be able to help and assist the staff and also students who want to come in,” he said.
After the closure, the New Jersey state legislature passed a bill allowing the New Yorkers to reopen their school in the next six months.