Updated: 02/26/2014 7:24 AM
Created: 02/25/2014 6:25 PM KSTP.com
By: Cassie Hart
Residents in the Wayzata School District have voted on a plan to support the growing student population.
On Tuesday, voters approved a $109 million bond request to expand the high school, build a new elementary school, and upgrade safety, security and technology district-wide. It will cost homeowners an average of $120 more a year.
A second question also passed, renewing the existing technology levy.
Opponents wanted the district to consider building a second high school; they say two smaller schools rather than one massive one would provide kids with more opportunity.