OXFORD — Oxford voters will decide Oct. 26 whether to approve a $30-million bond issue to build a new high school.
The school board approved the election date Monday.
Plans are to replace the 50-year-old Oxford High School and renovate other buildings.
School superintendent Kim Stasny says the student population has grown by about 14 percent in the past decade.
Stasny says Oxford High School and two other schools are already above their capacity.
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