Central Montessori Elementary in Forest Lake became the first Montessori school to be names a Minnesota School of Excellence, according to an announcement Friday from the Minnesota Elementary School Principals' Association (MESPA). Click the link below to read the news release.
Sept. 8 - First day of School for Students
On Nov. 3, 2015, the voters of Forest Lake Area Schools will once again have a chance to vote on a bond referendum that would make repairs and upgrades to all of the district's buildings. On the ballot, the referendum will be divided into two questions.
Passage of Question #1 will mean that the district will receive upgrades in the areas of safety and security, energy efficiency, and the repairs or replacement of many items that have come into disrepair. These include: roofs; boilers; heating, ventillation and air conditioning (HVAC) systems
Passage of Question #2 will mean the high school will have a varsity track, after nearly 15 years without a home track. The high school's performing arts center will receive upgrades, and other arts and athletics facilities around the district will receive upgrades, repairs and improvements.
Question #1 must pass in order for Question #2 to pass.
Click here for more information on the 2015 Facilities Bond. Click here for more information about how passage of the bond would directly affect the students and staff of Central Montessori Elementary School.
We are still accepting students for the current and upcoming school year. Call the main office at (651) 982-3170 for info.
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