The St. Cloud area school district went over the numbers Thursday night on how much it will cost home owners if an upcoming $167 million referendum passes or fails. The referendum involves $113.8 million to build a new Tech High School and $46.5 million to update Apollo High School.
It’s a question brought up all the time by the national media: are high school students getting enough sleep? Locally, ROCORI, Sauk Rapids-Rice, Sartell and St. Cloud high schools all start between 8:15 a.m. and 8:30 a.m.
The District 742 Local Education and Activities Foundation (LEAF) is awarding $24,667 during it's fall activity funds granting cycle. Every year, LEAF awards supplemental money to academic, activities, arts and athletic programs.
A new principal has taken over at Madison Elementary in St. Cloud. Jean Clark is now principal and replaces Travis Okerlund, who has been reassigned as assistant principal at North Junior High in St. Cloud.
One of the most historic high school football stadiums in Minnesota will be demolished to make way for a new community education building and welcome center. The St. Cloud area school district has approved a call for bids for site preparation for a new building on the site.
An Albany Senior High School teacher is being honored for their commitment and contribution to economic education. Alan Amdahl will receive the 3M Economic Educator Excellence Award, which annually recognizes one educator for their contributions towards economics.
An open forum is being held for St. Cloud community members to ask questions and get more information on the upcoming St. Cloud school district bond referendum. The first of several forums will take place on Monday from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
Absentee voting is open in the St. Cloud area school district for the $167 million bond referendum. The voting opened on September 18th. Election day for the referendum is on November 3rd. The $167 million referendum includes $113.8 million to build a new Tech High School and $46.5 million to update Apollo High School.
Instead of the typical 65 precincts, there will be 13 for the upcoming November 3rd $167 million referendum for the St. Cloud area school district. The change is due to the school district deciding to use larger precincts for the referendum vote, resulting in fewer polling places.
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