Vote will determine fate of new high school
Officials say the increasing number of students expected in School District 833 in the next 10 years is the driving force for a referendum Tuesday, Sept. 12, when residents will be asked to approve $149 million for a third high school and remodeling of existing facilities. It also includes $1 million a year, for 10 years, for technology.
"These are not make-believe kids," said Superintendent Tom Nelson. "They are already in or about to enter the school system."