School Board

District Holds Community Sessions to Update Community About Facilities Plan

The Sartell-St. Stephen School District invites community members to a presentation and conversation about the District Facilities Plan and the progress that has happened since the approval of the May 24 Bond Referendum.  Attendees will hear from Superintendent Jeff Schwiebert and other administrators about the components of the facilities plan, how it was developed, details on the construction process and a first look at the new high school.  There will also be time for questions and dialogue. 

Bond Election Results

The unofficial results for the Sartell-St. Stephen bond referendum passed 2,281 Yes votes to 2,034 No votes (52.9% Yes and 47.1% No).

“We in the Sartell-St. Stephen School District wish to sincerely thank our entire community for supporting the bond referendum to provide more space for our students and community; enhanced safety, security and well-being, and flexible learning spaces for the next generation of learners,” shared Superintendent Jeff Schwiebert. 

Bond Referendum Vote Held on May 24

On Tuesday, May 24, 2016, from 7:00 AM-8:00 PM, residents of the Sartell-St. Stephen School District will have the opportunity to vote in a bond referendum election.  The one-question referendum is requesting $105.8 million in bond funding for more space, enhanced safety and security and to support flexible learning spaces for the next generation of learners.    

For a wealth of information about the referendum, visit our Bond 2016 webpage.

District Seeks Input from All Community Stakeholders

The Sartell-St. Stephen School District will be conducting its annual Community Survey to gain input and insights from district families and community members about the school district.  The survey will be available online between Wednesday, April 20, and Wednesday, April 27, via a link on the district website.  If you would like to request a paper copy, please contact Amy Trombley at 320-656-3779, or stop in at the District Service Center.

Education Done Differently Held on 4/21

The students and staff from Sartell-St. Stephen School District #748 will be hosting the 3rd Annual Education Done Differently (EDD) event on Thursday, April 21, at Sartell Middle School between 6:30 PM and 8:00 PM.  The event will showcase how technology is redefining the classroom learning environment and how students are engaged in technology integrated projects.

Absentee Voting Now Open at District Service Center for Bond Referendum

District residents who desire to vote absentee may do so by requesting a ballot to be sent to them or in person at the Sartell-St. Stephen District Service Center located at 212 3rd Street North in Sartell.  District residents do not need a specific reason to use this early voting option. 

Election Information 2016

 

May 24, 2016 Election Results

The official results for the Sartell-St. Stephen bond referendum passed 2,281 Yes votes to 2,034 No votes (52.9% Yes and 47.1% No)  Click here for more detailed information.

District Holds Community Forums About Facilities Plan and Bond Referendum

The Sartell-St. Stephen School District invites community members to a presentation and conversation about the District Facilities Plan and upcoming May 24 Bond Referendum. 

Attendees will hear from Superintendent Jeff Schwiebert, members of Sartell-St. Stephen School Board and other administrators about the components of the facilities plan, how it was developed, and details on how referendum dollars would be spent.  There will also be time for questions and dialogue. 

School Board Approves Special Election, Ballot

The Sartell-St. Stephen School Board approved the special election and bond referendum ballot intended to meet student, staff and community needs at a special board meeting on Monday, March 7.  The question approved calls for a $105.8 million one-question ballot to provide more space for the students in the Sartell-St. Stephen School District, enhance safety, security and well-being and support learning for the next generation of learners.

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