The Barnes County North School Board took a new step toward a single centrally located school building Wednesday night.
The board tasked Superintendent Doug Jacobson with creating a building authority and gathering all information pertinent to constructing a new school at a central site. His new task stopped short of authorizing the new building project.
Another bond issue vote at Barnes County North? Seriously?
Why do we need to keep voting again and again? Is it really about the kids or is it because we have a school board who can only see the glory of a fancy new building and don’t care if they put our district in debt. We are debt-free now. Why not keep it that way?
As the patrons of Barnes County North school district go to the polls again to vote on a centrally located school, I encourage all patrons to get out and vote. This will take place on Oct. 25 and patrons can vote at any one of the current schools.
For the third time in 13 months, patrons of the Barnes County North school district will head to the polls to decide if the district’s three school facilities should be combined in a single new building.
We have exercised the privilege to vote in Jamestown since moving here from the Barnes County North School District. We own our own home, therefore we are supporters of the youth in the Jamestown schools.
Most of us have a nice home, a car and modern machinery if you are a farmer. Staying modern seems to be the way to be successful.
ROGERS, N.D. — There’s a charge in the air at the North Central campus of Barnes County North here as students and staff prepare to celebrate the joining of a program, and it’s been years in the making.
Officials at Barnes County North released the breakdown of Monday’s special school facility vote Wednesday. The results show two of the three polling sites voting in favor of a new centralized school facility and one against. The measures failed to pass.
Voters of the Barnes County North School District will go to the polls Sept. 20 to decide a $14.5 million bond issue for the construction of a new centralized school facility near Leal, according to Doug Jacobson, superintendent of the school.
Barnes County North officials are starting planning for the years beyond 2012, according to Doug Jacobson, superintendent of the school. The school board and administration are looking at three options for the future, including the possibility of combining its facilities into one new building.
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