On May 5th, Three Forks voters will be asked to approve a $25 million bond to upgrade and expand their schools, some of which have buildings that date back to the 1950s. If passed, the bond would pay for:

  • New classrooms
  • Renovations
  • A 21,000 sq ft addition to the high school
  • Upgrading aging infrastructure
  • Upgrading aging mechanical & safety concerns

A similar bond was voted down by the community in 2018. The last Three Forks school bond was passed in 1999. School enrollment at that time was 517. Today they have 732 students and the population has increased by over 500 people, with more coming.

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