LA CRESCENT, Minn. (WKBT) - The La Crescent-Hokah School District plans to go to referendum this spring to address what it is calling "the district's most critical needs."
The funding would include security upgrades to school entrances, maintenance to the elementary building, new educational opportunities, and "Americans with Disabilities Act" requirement compliance updates.
"Last summer we also did a community survey just again asking them what do we need to do, and what we found is 83-percent of the people who responded on that survey said we need to move forward with the next level of what this district needs for our facilities," said Superintendent Kevin Cardille.
The school board is hosting a series of informational meetings so the community can learn more:
- SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 9 @ 7:00 P.M. at LA CRESCENT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
- WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 13 @ 7:00 P.M. at HOKAH COMMUNITY/SCHOOL BLDG.
- WEDNESDAY, MARCH 13 @ 7:00 P.M. at LA CRESCENT HIGH SCHOOL
The referendums will be on the April 9-th ballots.
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