At the end of the 2011-12 school year, Rogers School in Jamestown will be empty of students. Children instead will attend Bush and Fletcher schools. The school is slated to be converted to a "maintenance facility" for the school district's use. A building with a library, classrooms, beautiful hardwood floor gymnasium, and wired for technology designated to become a warehouse? Seems like such a waste, wouldn't you say? But wait, Rogers School represents a community asset - a treasure, if you will - paid for and owned by the taxpayers of this community. Surely, a more noble purpose exists for this soon-to-be-abandoned school building?