Ballot Question Approved

Ballot Question Approved

St. Anthony-New Brighton School District held a special election on September 7, 2017, seeking voter approval of a ballot question authorizing the issuance of $14,060,000 in general obligation school building bonds for Wilshire Park Elementary School.  The funding will construct additional classrooms, gymnasium, expanded cafeteria, bathrooms, larger media center, and a secured entrance at Wilshire Park Elementary School. 

Election Results
Click here to view the unofficial results of the Special Election.


Resident student enrollment continues to increase in St. Anthony-New Brighton School District.  Wilshire Park Elementary School currently serves 706 students and 94% are residents.  In the 2025-2026 school year, Wilshire Park is projected to serve between 796-963 resident students and additional learning spaces are needed to accommodate our resident learners.  St. Anthony-New Brighton School District is asking voters to consider approval of a bond referendum on September 7, 2017.

Communication with School District Residents
The school district mailed a district newsletter and postcard with information on the referendum to all district residents.  The newsletter and postcard can be accessed through the links below.


Tax Impact of the Ballot Question
The estimated annual tax impact on a home with an estimated market value of $225,000 is $146.37.  The term is 20 years.
Click here to utilize the calculator to determine the estimated tax impact on residential and commercial/industrial properties in the St. Anthony-New Brighton School District.