Killdeer Public School District breaks ground on new high school
KILLDEER, N.D. (KFYR) - Killdeer Public School District administrators broke ground on their new high school.
The district will be constructing a 100,000-square-foot school that will house about 800 seventh through 12th grade students.
The school passed a bond referendum back in May to raise property taxes for those living in the district, to pay for the $36 million to $38 million school.
“Students need space to you know, receive an education and we are beyond capacity. It’s important that we provided those spaces for our students to receive a quality education,” said Killdeer Public School Superintendent Jeff Simmons.
The school will be located about half a mile west of the current school and is expected to be finished fall of 2022.
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