Dear Breckenridge Families, 

Thank you to all of those who have been involved with the referendum process so far. From reaching out and asking questions, to attending informational meetings in the community, or casting your vote via early voting, your involvement in your school district is recognized and appreciated. 

You can get more information about the three-question referendum on the Referendum Website that will help you make an informed decision at the polls. By now you should have also received two informational pieces in your mailbox, the Fast Facts flyer and the Referendum Guide. These resources are great for getting an overview of the needs, plans, and costs associated with this referendum. Remember that the district is required by law to only provide factual information on referendum questions and cannot advocate for or against its passage. 

Early voting is available for district residents and can be done in person now through Monday, November 1 at the District Office, 810 Beede Avenue, during District Office hours (8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., Monday through Friday).

Extended early voting hours will be held from 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. on the following days:
  • Tuesday, October 19
  • Tuesday, October 26
  • Thursday, October 28
  • Monday, November 1

All residents wishing to vote early by absentee ballot must request a ballot directly from the school district. Once you have received and completed your absentee ballot, you must return it by mail or in-person to be received by the District Office by 3 p.m. on Election Day.

Thank you again for getting the information you need and for participating in this election. As always, you can contact me at 218-643-6822 or with any questions you may have. 

Superintendent Brad Strand
“Breckenridge is a great town, and one of the things that makes it great is its schools. Families move where they can access good schools. That's good for the economy and good for the community.”
Russ Wilson, Breckenridge Mayor