The Wayzata School Board has voted to place three school referendum questions on the Nov. 7 ballot.

Following a presentation from Superintendent Chace Anderson, the board voted unanimously July 10 to move forward with bringing the funding requests before school district voters.

Anderson said the overriding goal in seeking the extra funding is to plan for the district’s continuing student enrollment growth.

Next year’s enrollment in Wayzata Public Schools is projected to grow by 285 students to 11,692. And if current housing trends continue, the district expects another 1,000 new K-12 students by 2019.

Continue reading: Sun Sailor | Three referendum questions headed to Wayzata School District voters this fall

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