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Left to right: Kaitlyn Weidert, northwest regional representative for Senator Kevin Cramer, Mayor Tom Ross, Brekka Kramer, president of Minot Area Chamber EDC, Jim Rostad, president of the Minot Public School Board, Mark Vollmer, superintendent of Minot Public Schools, Senator John Hoeven, District 5 Representative Scott Louser, and Darrell Nitschke, western regional representative for Congressman Kelly Armstrong, toss dirt at Minot’s new high school groundbreaking ceremony. (Photo: Lydia Hoverson/The Dakotan)
Left to right: Kaitlyn Weidert, northwest regional representative for Senator Kevin Cramer, Mayor Tom Ross, Brekka Kramer, president of Minot Area Chamber EDC, Jim Rostad, president of the Minot Public School Board, Mark Vollmer, superintendent of Minot Public Schools, Senator John Hoeven, District 5 Representative Scott Louser, and Darrell Nitschke, western regional representative for Congressman Kelly Armstrong, toss dirt at Minot’s new high school groundbreaking ceremony. (Photo: Lydia Hoverson/The Dakotan)

Hundred Million Dollar Project Groundbreaking

Lydia Hoverson
 October 31, 2022
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Hit the Ground Running

MINOT – Community leaders and the public gathered Monday morning for the groundbreaking ceremony of Minot North High School, after much work has been put into building it.

“Thank you to our voters, who passed the first question with nearly an 84% yes vote,” said Minot Public Schools Superintendent Mark Vollmer. “We have a community that supports kids. We have a community that supports each other. December 7, what an incredible date in Minot 2021 to pass this and see this great work happening.”

About 10% of Minot residents voted on the bond issue last year to approve construction of the new campus. The total projected cost of the bond is over $100 million, which includes renovations to Minot High School Magic City and Central campuses. 

“We were all unanimously in favor of this as we went through this process,” said Jim Rostad, president of the Minot Public School Board. “The successful bond issue and the impressive margin was achieved with help from many members of the community who believed our students' education and opportunities would be greatly improved with a second high school in Minot.”

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