I have a full rest of the week, but as a parting gift to you and all the other amateur slime sleuths working on your behalf, I would suggest you buy a plane ticket to New York City, see if you can find P.S. 65 on Hester Street near the Bowery and ask to see all their records.
Don't be confused. New York City has hundreds of elementary schools, and more than one P.S. 65.
I think you will discover the school, like some other inner city schools that were challenged 40 years ago, has been razed. A park is on the former site, and Pace High School is nearby.
And while you are there, ask people what it was like to live there in 1969-71, after both King and Kennedy had been shot. What it was like to go to school in one of the poorest and most dense neighborhoods in America. Ask them if the neighborhood is better now, and ask them why.
Be sure to note any answers that mention the Republican Party.
You might visit the Lower East Side Tenement Museum nearby while you are at it.
Of course, a lazy operative could claim the school never existed. Or that it was demolished, along with the school records, using money from the Daytons and the Rockefellers. Or you can find someone who attended the school who doesn't remember a Mark Dayton.
I'm sure your mini-swift boaters can come up with something.
Questions are cheap, but answers take work. And integrity.
I do hope you are able to apply this lesson to governing, since you are incapable of applying it to reporting.
If you find something factual that refutes me, please do get back to my readers in the comments. I'll be in Turkey, where that nation has an election that may move it every closer to democratic rule.
Otherwise, it would be a good idea not to raise questions when you really don't know the answers.
It makes you look like an ass.