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Photo: Jay Caldwell
Photo: Jay Caldwell
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District 742 Planning to Raise Taxes by $3.1 Million in 2015 [AUDIO]

The St. Cloud area school district is planning to raise taxes by $3.1 million in order to pay for expansion of several local schools and an energy program upgrade.

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Steven Wright
Steven Wright
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District 742 “Adopt a Classroom Project” Kicks Off for 2014

The District 742 Local Education and Activities Foundation (LEAF) has announced the official kickoff of the "Adopt a Classroom Project" for 2014.

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Photo by WJON.com's Josh Akkermann
Photo by WJON.com's Josh Akkermann
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Roosevelt School Donations Preparing Former Kennedy Building For the Fall [AUDIO]

Money and items donated to the Roosevelt School will be used to help prepare the former Kennedy building for the fall school year.

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Steven Wright
Steven Wright
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District 742 Calls For Architects For St. Cloud Tech High School [AUDIO]

The St. Cloud Area School Board is going forward with a plan to call for proposals from architects for a new Tech High School or renovation to the current building.

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District 742 School Bus Ready to Start the School Year
Dan DeBaun , WJON News
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District 742 Finishing Bus Schedules for Upcoming School Year [AUDIO]

As teachers prepare for students to make their way back to the classrooms, school bus drivers are also gearing up for the upcoming year.

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Steven Wright
Steven Wright
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School Board Votes Unanimously To Move Forward With 2 School System [AUDIO]

The St. Cloud area school board has made it clear, they're planning to keep two high schools in the district. The board voted 6-0 last (Thursday) night to move forward with a plan to replace the current Tech high school.

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Steven Wright
Steven Wright
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St. Cloud Superintendent Willie Jett Talks New School and More [AUDIO]

St. Cloud District 742 School Superintendent Willie Jett talked with me on WJON today. He discussed the plan to replace the services that were offered at Roosevelt School, and construction updates at Tech and South Junior High.

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Steven Wright
Steven Wright
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St. Cloud School Board Holding Public Hearing Tonight On The Future Of High Schools

St. Cloud area residents will finally have a chance to officially weigh-in on the future of the public high schools. Several options are on the table: build a new Tech High School, build one mega school and eliminate both Tech and Apollo, go to a three high school system, or do nothing.

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Flowers are in full bloom at Munsinger Clemens Garden. (Photo: Alex Svejkovsky, WJON News)
Flowers are in full bloom at Munsinger Clemens Garden. (Photo: Alex Svejkovsky, WJON News)
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2-Cent Tuesday Recap; Where to Hide the Medallion? District 742; [AUDIO]

If you missed the first hour of "2-Cent Tuesday" today you missed our conversation which included listeners calling and talking about the controversy involving the Granite City Days medallion which was hidden at Munsinger Gardens,

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Photo by WJON.com's Josh Akkermann
Photo by WJON.com's Josh Akkermann
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School Board Discusses Future For Roosevelt School Programs [AUDIO]

The District 742 School Board spent time planning the future for Roosevelt Education Center programs on Thursday night.

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