HARRISBURG, South Dakota — Voters in the Harrisburg School District near Sioux Falls will decide a $25 million bond measure to fund expansion projects and program upgrades.
The Argus Leader newspaper reports (http://argusne.ws/1qErtW3) that school board members voted this week to schedule an Oct. 7 election. The measure will require 60 percent approval to pass.
The measure would fund a new elementary school, a high school expansion and other improvements.
The school district has grown from about 900 students in 2003 to nearly 3,600 this fall. The district had two schools 10 years ago, and it has eight now, including four in Sioux Falls.
Information from: Argus Leader, http://www.argusleader.com
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