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Red Rock Central Bond Referendum Passes
RED ROCK CENTRAL SCHOOL DISTRICT REFERENDUM
More than 57% of voters approved the bond referendum.

Voters in the Red Rock Central School District voted in support of the bond referendum on November 2nd. The approved question will authorize the district to issue an amount not to exceed $41 million dollars to provide funds for the acquisition and betterment of school sites and facilities, including the construction and equipping of a PreK-12 learning facility to be located in Lamberton, MN. The official vote count was 1368 votes, 786 yes votes, and 582 no votes. The vote will be made official at the school board’s special meeting on November 10th.

“Thank you to everyone who voted, our Red Rock Central community sent a message that we are united in support of a new building. I would also like to thank so many of the volunteers and election judges that gave their time and effort to make this election successful," Superintendent Todd Lee said. 

"We are confident that we share a common goal among all our residents of supporting our children’s needs and the support for the referendum proves that. We will build on that common goal to deliver on our mission of preparing today’s youth for tomorrow's challenges,” Lee added.

The district will announce plans on the timeline and opportunities for public comment on the design plan soon. Updates to the community will continue to be provided in the district’s email newsletter, on social media, and on the district’s website at www.redrockcentral.org