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The Reflection

The Gull Lake Community School’s bond proposal passes

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Four out of the five schools in the Gull Lake district are on the same campus. The fields and courts for sports are also located at the same spot. Screenshot taken by Courtney Pedersen of Google Maps

On Tuesday, May 8, voters in the Gull Lake Community School district voted on a bond proposal consisting of $64 million to expand and improve the schools in the district.

“It did pass, passed by 293 votes,” said Gull Lake High School principal Don Eastman. “It is very exciting.”

The reported votes from the 11 precincts consisted of 1,876 for it and 1,583 against it.

The bond includes adding to the schools to accommodate more students and also includes a long awaited auditorium for the district.

“This means construction on the auditorium could start at some point in the next year,” Eastman said.

The expansion and improvements of the district will allow more students the ability to benefit from the educational opportunities that Gull Lake Community Schools provides its students with.

To learn more about the additions to the district that this bond will bring click here.


Courtney Pedersen

My name is Courtney Pedersen and I'm a senior. For the Reflection I primarily write news and feature stories. I am the news and media editor. I also am heavily involved in TAB, PAC, Spanish Club and the literary magazine.


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