A school for just one pupil is to be opened in a remote Midwest mountain range in the US.
Cozy Hollow Elementary will serve the single student whose family live in the Laramie Mountains in rural Wyoming.
A modular classroom is already on site in the tiny 240-person hamlet of Rock River but it has not been used for almost a decade – when it also acted as a one-child school for the son of a ranching family living in the district.
The cost of the new school will be about $75,000.
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