School leaders in southeast Minnesota hope voters will approve a $116 million bond referendum this spring to replace the district's aging high school after donations from three major businesses helped drop the cost by at least $22 million.
The Sartell-St. Stephen school district is getting a brand new $89.5 million high school. Voters in the district have approved a $105.8 million bond referendum. They also plan to make upgrades to all the other buildings in the district. The current high school will become the new middle school.
Starting today (Friday), residents of the Sartell school district may fill out absentee ballots for the upcoming $105.8 million bond referendum for a new high school and upgrades to several district buildings.
WJON listeners on 2-Cent Tuesday talked today about the St. Cloud School District building referendum which is being voted on today. Opinions on whether St. Cloud needs a new High School building for Tech, renovations to Apollo and improved security on District 742 buildings that need them.
After years of debate, whether or not St. Cloud will be building a new Technical High School is finally in the hands of the voters. The referendum vote will be taking place tomorrow (Tuesday), with polls open from 7:00 a.m. until 8:00 p.m. There are 13 polling places throughout the district.
The St. Cloud area school district took it's first look at a possible referendum for a new Tech High School and updated Apollo High School. The referendum was described in three parts on Wednesday night. The first ballot question asks for $153.3 million for a new Tech and to update Apollo High School.