DPS mulls $67M in building projects
Dickinson Public Schools should expect to spend more than $67 million in building projects to meet rapid growth, an engineer consultant told board members Monday.
Christopher Gibbs of DLR Group presented a future planning report to the board that included building a middle school for grades 6 through 8 and turning Prairie Rose Elementary School into a four-section school. The additions would add space for approximately 750 students.
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