WARREN, Pa. – After a hiatus due to COVID-19, the Warren County School District is brining back its annual public auction.
The auction will take place at the old Pleasant Elementary School on Oct. 1 (Saturday), with a preview at 9 a.m. and the auction beginning at 10 a.m.
Some big-ticket items will be part of the process.
“It’s something we do annually, but it hasn’t been done throughout the pandemic,” said WCSD Superintendent Amy Stewart. “It highlights some bigger-ticket items.”
Stewart noted that old smartboards are some of the items that will be up for bid.
“They are used in churches and things like that and we really have no way of deeming their value,” Stewart said.
Other items up for bid include a 2005 Chevy 3500 dump truck with snow plow, a 2006 Ford Ranger, a 1999 Isuzu box truck, a 464 International tractor, automotive lift, air compressors, 75” SmartTouch TV’s, as well as old projectors, school furniture and much more.
“It’s a good opportunity for us to get rid of some old, unnecessary items,” Stewart said.