UPDATE: Voters approve Dakota Valley high school expansion
NORTH SIOUX CITY, SD (KTIV) -
NORTH SIOUX CITY, S.D. (KTIV)- Voters in the Dakota Valley school district have overwhelmingly approved a bond to pay for a $27 million expansion of the high school.
More than 84% of voters said "yes" to the bond. Another 16% said "no."
The plans call for a two-story, 130,000 square foot addition with a new commons area, and a gym with three basketball courts. The current high school, in North Sioux City, South Dakota, is 20-years-old. Despite the price tag, the bond company says property taxes won't go up. "It's awesome, it's awesome. I'm excited for the school, excited for the community. So I think this school district plays an important part in the community, and I think the community spoke loud and clear," said Mike Hamm, Dakota Valley school district Business Manager.
The future looks bright for student enrollment in the Elkhorn Valley School District.
The Elkhorn Valley School District serves Tilden and Meadow Grove in Nebraska. The district graduated just eleven students in 2014, but district officials say the numbers for the future look much brighter.More >>
The Elkhorn Valley School District serves Tilden and Meadow Grove in Nebraska. The district graduated just eleven students in 2014, but district officials say the numbers for the future look much brighter. More >>
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