NOW THAT VOTERS HAVE APPROVED A 27 MILLION DOLLAR BOND ISSUE FOR A NEW DAKOTA VALLEY HIGH SCHOOL, A LOT OF IMPROVEMENTS WILL COME TO DISTRICT FACILITIES.
SUPERINTENDENT AL LEBER SAYS TECHNOLOGY WILL IMPROVE AND SOME DEPARTMENTS WILL EXPAND:
OC….DON’T HAVE ROOM FOR STORAGE. :21
LEBER SAYS AN EXPANDED COMMONS THAT CAN ACCOMMODATE 700 STUDENTS WILL ALSO BE PART OF THE NEW HIGH SCHOOL:
OC…..500 STUDENTS. :25
THE MEASURE PASSED WITH OVER 84 PER CENT OF VOTERS APPROVING THE FACILITY …825 YES TO JUST 150 NO VOTES.
Voters in the Dakota Valley school district have overwhelmingly approved a 27 million dollar bond issue to build a new high school.
The measure passed with over 84 per cent of the vote…825 yes to just 150 no votes.
A minimum of 60 per cent yes vote was needed for passage.
The new high school will be built adjacent to the existing high school with initial concrete footings to be laid this summer.