Detroit Lakes Public Schools face growing space crunch
Space is quickly becoming an issue for Detroit Lakes Public Schools.
Superintendent Doug Froke told the school board Monday that smaller class sizes isn't a matter of just hiring extra teachers as the elementary schools in the district are pretty much utilizing much of the space they have right now.
The crunch comes as the district is seeing an increase of 40 students from last year.
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