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Park Rapids Schools will ask voters to extend levy referendum

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The Park Rapids School District is asking voters to "keep a good thing going" and support a continuation of the existing levy referendum on Tuesday, Nov. 2.


The existing levy was passed in 2006 and took several years to come together.

"We were in a crisis" in 2006, said Superintendent Glenn Chiodo. "We looked at cutting all extra-curricular activities and elective classes."

Chiodo spoke to an audience at a Park Rapids League of Women Voters forum Tuesday.

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Anna Erickson
Anna Erickson is editor of the Wadena Pioneer Journal.
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