All Three Measures In MPS Referendum Approved

(Minot, ND) — Voters are giving the okay to three separate measures on a Minot Public Schools referendum. The school system can now move forward with creating a second high school on North Hill while turning Central Campus into a third middle school. Plans can also progress for the creation of a recreation center and for increasing the district’s debt limit. MPS Superintendent Dr. Mark Vollmer says the unofficial results are exciting for the district, as needed changes to alleviate overcrowding can be made.

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