Bemidji School Board seeks public input on need for more classroom space
The Bemidji School District's Board of Education is seeking input from the community on how to deal with more elementary students in the future and the schools and centers that will support them.
Superintendent James Hess presented to the school board a list of nine short-term and long-term classroom space options at a meeting Monday evening at the Bemidji High School Media Center.
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