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Fort Totten School District getting $3.6 million federal grant to replace moldy building


FORT TOTTEN, North Dakota — The Fort Totten School District is getting a $3.6 million federal grant for a new building.

Members of North Dakota's congressional delegation say the district will use the money from the Education Department for a facility to house its alternative high school and its career and technical education program.

The old facility suffered water damage and could no longer be used due to mold and other issues. The new, 9.560-square-foot facility will have classroom and lab space for six teachers and up to 75 students, along with storage, administrative and counseling areas.

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