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W-K School District Referendum Passes

The Wabasha-Kellogg School District asked voters to support a $16.2 million bond referendum on Tuesday.

The vote passed with 762 (61.95%) voting yes with 468 (38.05%) voting no.

The district will use the bonding for several projects.

  • Update and Replace Building Infrastructure and Systems, Update and Expand the Career and Technical Education Labs (Shop)

  • Update Science Labs

  • Creation of Secure Main Entrances

  • Add and Update Restrooms

  • Renovate High School Classrooms and Media Center

These projects would result in an additional $94 on the tax roll for the owner of a $150,000 home. That’s less than $8 more a month.

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