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Groundbreaking for Minot Public Schools

Posted: Nov 03 2022
Minot Public Schools is excited to announce the groundbreaking ceremony to celebrate the construction and renovation work on Minot North High School and Minot Area Work Force Academy was held Monday, October 31st, 2022, at 10:00am on the future site for both locations at 2100 21st Ave NW in Minot, ND. State and local leaders were there to give comments and celebrate what the groundbreaking signifies for Minot Public Schools, MAFB, and 
the City of Minot.

Dr. Mark Vollmer, Superintendent of Minot Public Schools stated, “This is a huge step to an even better learning environment for our high school students. Developing relationships with teachers, counselors, coaches, and staff that continue for all four years of their high school career will provide long term rewards to our students. We are looking at this expansion with long range vision for students at Minot Public and our whole 
community, it is an exciting time for our city.”

Work to Magic City Campus has been underway since late June and has made large updates to many of the Career and Technical disciplines. Demolition and groundwork have begun for the new gymnasium. Evaluation of the science areas is currently being completed with design work to continue over the school 

In December of 2021, the citizens of Minot overwhelmingly passed a bond referendum for two comprehensive 9-12 grade high schools and a third middle school in Minot, it also included the addition of a 50meter competition pool and athletic complex with full stadium amenities. The project involves construction, remodeling and repurposing the former Cognizant Building and improvements. The projects include improvements and remodeling at Magic City Campus to a comprehensive nine-through-twelve high school building including science classrooms, Career and Technical Education space, and an additional gymnasium, and improvements to Central Campus from its current ninth and tenth-grade configuration to a comprehensive sixth-through-eighth grade middle school.

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