Lake Superior School District breaks ground on new project
The Lake Superior School District hosted a ground-breaking ceremony Wednesday to celebrate the beginning of several new district projects. The event took place at both William Kelley School and Minnehaha Elementary. Those who attended heard from guest speakers including members from the district administration and several elected officials.
These projects come after area residents approved a $44.1 million plan for expanded educational spaces and infrastructure upgrades at Minnehaha Elementary and William Kelley Schools. Updates include security improvements, electrical systems, plumbing, and educational technology. Both schools will be renovated to replace flooring, ceilings, furniture, and finishes.
Superintendent Jay Belcastro said, “We are very excited to break ground on our building renovations. Our staff and students will teach and learn in 21st-century classrooms. We are very thankful for the support of the Silver Bay and Two Harbors communities as well as the support from Senator Haushchild and the IRRRB for securing additional funding.”