Unofficial preliminary results - November 4, 2020
Question 1 - Operating LevyQuestion 2 - Bond Referendum*
Yes - 1,161 - 62.25%
No - 704 - 37.75%
Yes - 975 - 52.17%
No - 894 - 47.83%
*Question 2 required 60% approval as a result of an unfavorable review from Minnesota Department of Education
Final results will be available after all ballots have been counted
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A message from School Board Chairman Bill Rogotzke
Dear Parents and Community Members:
Our heritage and traditions in Lamberton, Sanborn, Storden, and Jeffers run deep. At Red Rock Central, we’re proud of our communities’ histories and celebrate each of them with pride. We’re also proud of our student achievement and our school. Like our referendum theme says, we’re rock solid.
Our building is not so rock solid. Our current facility challenges are significant. The oldest part of our school building was built over 105 years ago - before World War I - with multiple additions over the years. Our school’s inefficient design limits not only instruction, accessibility, and security, but also our ability to attract and retain students and employees.
We’re holding a referendum in November to build a new school. We hope you will educate yourself about the two questions that will be on the ballot and make an informed decision.
If you have questions, please contact Superintendent Todd Lee at firstname.lastname@example.org
or at 507-752-7361.
Bill Rogotzke, Chair, Red Rock Central School Board
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