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Plans for the new high school are finalized. The Alexandria School District Board of Education is pleased to announce that the official groundbreaking ceremony has been scheduled for 1 p.m. on Friday, September 14. It will take place at the building site on Pioneer Road and 50th Avenue, across from the Grand Arbor by Knute Nelson.
Wednesday, September, 12, 2012 - Alexandria Echo Press - News
At its regular meeting on August 20, the Alexandria School Board took action to accept several bids for Bid Package 2 of the new high school project. The contracts for work such as footings and foundations, precast concrete, structural steel, and laminated construction material came in approximately $82,000 less than the $6.2 million estimate for Bid Package 2.
Friday, August, 24, 2012 - Alexandria Echo Press - News
Friday, January, 04, 2013 - Alexandria Echo Press - Public Notices
Friday, January, 11, 2013 - Alexandria Echo Press - Public Notices
The budget, activity fees, the new high school and more were big topics of discussion at Monday’s Alexandria School Board meeting.
Thursday, June, 21, 2012 - Alexandria Echo Press - News
It was hard to tell which was better news – the fact that the new high school is on track and progressing, or that Alexandria School District 206 officially has a new superintendent. Of course, the budget audit and enrollment figures were exciting too.
Friday, October, 19, 2012 - Alexandria Echo Press - News
Washington? Lincoln? Jefferson? The Alexandria School District 206 Board of Education strayed from the traditional path and elected a more modern name for the new high school opening in 2014 – Alexandria Area High School.
Friday, December, 21, 2012 - Alexandria Echo Press - News
Can you dig it? Sophomores from Jefferson High School in Alexandria can. Grasping golden shovels, nine students dug in and tossed a tuft of dirt into the breeze on Friday afternoon at a groundbreaking ceremony for the new high school on Pioneer Road and 50th Avenue.
Wednesday, September, 19, 2012 - Alexandria Echo Press - News
The new high school in Alexandria will not only establish a modern education campus, but also a whole new, innovative learning program too. Alexandria School District 206 will introduce learning academies at Alexandria Area High School, beginning in the fall of 2014.
Friday, May, 24, 2013 - Alexandria Echo Press - News
At a special meeting held May 31, the District 206 School Board took action to accept bids for the first contracts related to the new high school construction project. The combined bid packages for work such as paving, site electrical, irrigation and fencing totaled close to $6.8 million. Other site work bids still remain, but if they come in at the $1.7 million estimate, the project will be about $240,000 under the total site budget of $8.7 million.
Wednesday, June, 06, 2012 - Alexandria Echo Press - News
A development large enough to accommodate a small city is moving ahead in southeast Alexandria across from the new high school near Lake Burgen. Not everyone is welcoming it with open arms. Residents living near the lake are worried about the magnitude of the development and its impact on the lake. LBR Properties is pursuing the development known as Stonemanor. It consists of two parcels, totaling 54 acres, and is located east of Pioneer Road (Highway 106).
Friday, July, 27, 2012 - Alexandria Echo Press - News
Wednesday, May, 30, 2012 - Alexandria Echo Press - Sports
The Alexandria School District hired Kraus-Anderson Construction Company (KA) as construction manager to build a new $65.15 million senior high school that will house 1,400 students.
Friday, June, 22, 2012 - Alexandria Echo Press - Business
Kathleen and Bruce Pohlig of Alexandria are the 2012 recipients of the ACE (A Champion in Education) Award. The ACE Award annually recognizes individuals who support public education through advocacy, partnerships, service or donation of resources.
Friday, October, 05, 2012 - Alexandria Echo Press - Business
Friday, June, 22, 2012 - Alexandria Echo Press - Public Notices
Friday, June, 29, 2012 - Alexandria Echo Press - Public Notices
Wednesday, June, 27, 2012 - Alexandria Echo Press - Public Notices
The biggest myth of this campaign season is that the rich are job creators. The richest person in the country will not produce a single job if there is no market for his/her product.
Friday, October, 26, 2012 - Alexandria Echo Press - Opinion
At its September 17 meeting, the Alexandria School Board approved a preliminary gross certified property tax levy for 2013 that is a 1.93 percent increase from the gross certified tax levy for the current year. The proposed levy of $11.216 million is approximately $212,000 more than the current levy of $11.004 million.
Friday, September, 21, 2012 - Alexandria Echo Press - News
Wednesday, February, 06, 2013 - Alexandria Echo Press - Public Notices