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UPDATE: District Releases Images of Potential St. Croix Meadows School

The images are intended to provide a visual look at what a potential school could look like on the property taking advantage of the existing structure. The final design could differ significantly based on community feedback.

UPDATE (6:20 p.m., March 9, 2012): Hudson School District has released three artist renderings that show what St. Croix Meadows could look like as a secondary school. According to the district, these images are intended to provide a visual look at what a potential school could look like on the property taking advantage of the existing structure. The final design may look differently based on the community surveys, feedback and information sessions that will be held by the district following the passage of the April 3 referendum.

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ORIGINAL POST (9:11 p.m., March 8, 2012): More the 15 people attended the Hudson School District's second on Thursday, March 8, at . 

Representing the at the event were Superintendent Mary Bowen-Eggebraaten, Board President Barbara Van Loenen and Financial Services Director Tim Erickson.

Among the community members who asked questions at the event were Liz Bruch and Sandy Gehrke.

Frazzle March 09, 2012 at 08:11 PM
The referendum passing does not secure the deal. It still has to get re-zoned by the Hudson City Council.
Micheal Foley March 10, 2012 at 12:15 AM
I just added three artist renderings the district has released. The images show what the outside of St. Croix Meadows could look like as a secondary school.
Frazzle March 10, 2012 at 12:42 PM
How much for the facelift?
Hudson Resident March 10, 2012 at 01:24 PM
Looks like an old dog track to me.....
snapper_wi March 14, 2012 at 03:16 PM
The push for the needed space to effectively educate our/your children putting them into the best position possible to succeed is only ramping up, not "losing steam". The audio quality of the video has nothing to do with voting yes or no, but was an effort by "The Hudson Patch" to help educate those who would like more information to make a well based decision on what is best for our community. It is proven that strong schools build strong communities, and if you believe in Hudson and want to ensure Hudson succeeds your vote will reflect this on April 3rd by voting yes. For anyone who might not know which way are voting I urge you to dig through some great information found at http://www.voteyeshudson.com/ From the most common Q/A's that everyone in the community are asking, to what the plan/goal is for for land, to discussions around the core issues. Don't simply "believe" what is posted, for or against the vote, educate yourself.

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