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Luverne district residents will vote Nov. 7 on a $23 million bond referendum for school building upgrades and improvements. While property owners study its impact on their taxes, students are studying the referendum as a class project in their high school government class. Teacher Dave Rysdam said...
Luverne School District residents will vote Tuesday on a school referendum that asks two questions. The first question asks for approval for a $16 million addition and renovation of the school facilities. The second question asks for approval for a $7 million performing arts center to be...
Luverne district residents will vote Nov. 7 on a $23 million bond referendum for school building upgrades and improvements. While property owners study its impact on their taxes, students are studying the referendum as a class project in their high school government class. Teacher Dave Rysdam said...
With the new school year off to a successful start, now is a good time to talk about the school board’s long-range plan to meet the facility needs of students, teachers and the community. Luverne School District residents will decide whether to move forward with the school district’s building...
I’ve worked in schools for 30 years and every fall I am impressed and inspired by the energy of students when they come back to school. It’s an exciting time of year for the kids, for parents and for teachers. The theme for this school year is “Purpose, Passion, Pride … Making a Difference.”...
In a rare split vote, the Luverne School Board decided not to continue starting classes before Labor Day. Three of the seven board members supported reapplying for another three-year Flexible Learning Year calendar format. The format allowed Luverne to begin classes before the state-mandated start...
New information added. Luverne Public School District residents overwhelmingly renewed a 10-year excess levy referendum vote Tuesday, Nov. 5. More than 84 percent or 498 voters supported the renewal of the excess levy for an additional 10 years; 93 voted no. The 591 total votes represented 16.7...
The Luverne School District will place a question on the ballot in November to extend an existing referendum for 10 years. The $763.34 per pupil referendum will continue to bring in $837,886 per year and allow the district to operate with current state programs and services for students for the...
One of Luverne Public School’s two operating referendums will come to voters for renewal this fall. At their Thursday, Aug. 13, meeting, School Board members unanimously approved putting the ballot question to voters on Tuesday, Nov. 3. Voters will be asked to reapprove the $763.34 per pupil...
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