Minnesota district seeks funds for K-12 campus

July 23, 2008
Renville County West District puts $19.46 million plan on ballot

The Renville County (Minn.) West School District has scheduled a $19.46 million bond election on Sept. 9. The district is seeking funds to build a new K-12 building. The district operates an elementary school in Sacred Heart and a secondary school in Renville. Two years ago, the board set a goal of moving all students into one building. Neither of the schools is large enough to hold all the students, and both would require extensive remodeling work. A citizens committee recommended earlier this year that the district build a new building.

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