Bond Referendum on Thursday, September 7, 2017
St. Anthony-New Brighton School District is holding a special election on September 7, 2017, seeking voter approval of a ballot question authorizing the issuance of $14,060,000 in general obligation school building bonds for Wilshire Park Elementary School. The referendum includes additional classrooms, gymnasium, expanded cafeteria, bathrooms, larger media center, and a secured entrance at Wilshire Park Elementary School.
Resident student enrollment continues to increase in St. Anthony-New Brighton School District. Wilshire Park Elementary School currently serves 706 students and 94% are residents. In the 2025-2026 school year, Wilshire Park is projected to serve between 796-963 resident students and additional learning spaces are needed to accommodate our resident learners. St. Anthony-New Brighton School District is asking voters to consider approval of a bond referendum on September 7, 2017.
Communication with School District Residents
The school district mailed a district newsletter and postcard with information on the referendum to all district residents. The newsletter and postcard can be accessed through the links below.
- Click here to view the district newsletter with referendum information.
- Click here to view a postcard with referendum information.
In addition, St. Anthony-New Brighton School District is hosting one-on-one meetings for residents to learn more about increasing resident enrollment and its impact on space at Wilshire Park. If interested in scheduling a meeting, contact Wendy Webster at 612-706-1170 or email email@example.com.
Tax Impact of the Ballot Question
The estimated annual tax impact on a home with an estimated market value of $225,000 is $146.37.
Click here to utilize the calculator to determine the estimated tax impact on residential and commercial/industrial properties in the St. Anthony-New Brighton School District.