ND school districts to vote on bond issuesResidents of several North Dakota school districts will be deciding the fate of bond issues in upcoming elections.
Residents of several North Dakota school districts will be deciding the fate of bond issues in upcoming elections.
A $9.9 million proposal in Tioga would pay for expansion of existing schools. The vote is Thursday.
Residents of the Nedrose School District near Minot on Feb. 20 will vote on the proposed addition of an $18 million high school.
Watford City residents sometime in mid-March also will be deciding whether to build a new high school that could cost up to $30 million.
Multimillion-dollar school bond proposals recently failed in Kenmare, Bottineau, Strasburg and Minot. South Prairie voters late last year approved a new high school.