RUSHFORD, Minn. (KTTC) -- Construction of a proposed elementary school in Rushford-Peterson will be up for a vote on Wednesday.
In September, the school district missed out on grant money it wanted to use to build a new high school.
Rushford-Peterson then decided to go to plan B, focusing efforts where they need it most -- lower grade levels.
Community members will vote Wednesday on whether to move forward with construction of the early.
Childhood through 5th grade center in a $15 million bond referendum.
If approved, the district then hopes to add on to the building within 5 to 7 years.
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