T.A.S.K. Wants Voters To Say Yes On September 10

A group of concerned citizens have come together to help promote the need for a new Minden High School and encourage Minden School District residents to vote yes on the September 10 special election for the school bond.
The group is called T.A.S.K., which stands for ‘Taking a Stand for the Kids’ and the effort is being led by co-chairs Darcie Reed and Marcy Brandt along with the group’s treasurer Dena Beck.
Minden Public School’s long-range facilities planning process that led to the current proposed $25.9 million new high school began in 2005. In 2012, the DLR Architectural and Engineering Firm completed a detailed facilities planning analysis and school patrons were invited to attend facility planning meetings beginning in November 2011 through July 2013.

For more see this week’s Courier

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