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Posted: Tuesday, August 17, 2010 2:00 am

Starting this week, people in Whitefish can start offering feedback on plans for a revamped high school.

The Whitefish School District has unveiled three potential floor plans for an upgraded high school. 

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          Welcome to the discussion.

          1 comment:

          • MontanaTed posted at 9:57 am on Tue, Aug 17, 2010.

            MontanaTed Posts: 1

            First, congratulations to the Whitefish school district for opening this discussion to the citizenry of Whitefish through a genuine and productive format. Second, the high school desperately needs to be upgraded to better serve the young people of our community in their preparation for the increasingly complicated working world they will face as adults. Third, the district is doing its homework this time around to determine how big the school really needs to be and how much it will really cost. And finally, the three plans they provided all demonstrate that they are serious about creating a school that will meet the needs for effective teaching today and for a long time to come. I hope that everyone in our community will seriously consider the thoughtful and hard work that went into all of this before taking a position based on previous experiences and beliefs.

             

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