Now that an election for new school facilities has been decided, the USD 257 board is turning its attention to long- and short-term goals.
Facility improvements are just part of the plan, and last weeks election will allow the district to focus on other areas of need, board president Dan Willis and Superintendent Stacey Fager said.
There were a lot of things we werent able to address with the bond issue. Now we need to prioritize the money well get from the savings and decide how we are going to use that, Fager said.
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