Shakopee district leans toward second high school for grades 9-12

  • Article by: Erin Adler , Star Tribune
  • Updated: April 9, 2013 - 3:56 PM

The school board has considered several models for growing enrollment, including schools for grades 9-10 and 11-12.

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mattaudioApr. 10, 13 1:08 PM

Learn from Lakeville's mistake. Shakopee is on the front end of the suburban growth ponzi scheme. Don't get caught holding a pile of unfunded future liabilities when the bubble passes you by in a decade.

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oconnormApr. 10, 13 5:11 PM

Did I read this story correctly? This HS opened in 2007 and three years later they were back to researching high school options. Seems like maybe they dropped the ball on the first one.

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jackpinesavApr. 11, 13 9:49 AM

The first 2 postings on this show the difficult dilemma of school officials. I served on that board long ago and we only had to plan for 1 new elementary. Have watched tremendous growth of community since then. Board appears to be doing very intense due diligence, especially looking at Lakeville and Iowa community. Building construction breakthoughs now allow potential alternative use of building if community needs change. Either plan now....or blow up the bridge into the valley.

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