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GRAND FORKS SCHOOL BOARD

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State government should feel some sort of responsibility here, and by putting those dollars into the budget, it would allow the projects to move forward.
It's scheduled to be built on the site of the former Holiday Inn between 42nd and 43rd Streets, south of the Convention and Visitors Center near Highway 2.
The referendum had been planned for Sept. 27, but the School Board delayed it to allow the firm more time to gather data and analyze costs for a comprehensive assessment of facilities’ needs.
Seven external candidates were interviewed for the position.
Director Christopher Arnold, who has managed facility upgrades since September 2017, cited security and HVAC updates as highlights of his career with the district
The new members, whose terms start July 1, come on as the nine-member board arrives at a precipice of important school decisions – controversial ones that could leave a notable footprint in the community.

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Discussions about closing neighborhood schools have occurred a number of times in the past decade.
There are 23 School Board candidates for the upcoming June 14 election. Twenty of them returned a questionnaire from the Herald.
Teacher recruiting/retention is among the top issues facing the board in the coming years, many of the candidates say, and that interest pleases Superintendent Terry Brenner.

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