A referendum may be on the horizon for the Superior school district following the results of its latest facilities study. Engineering and architectural firm LHB presented its preliminary recommendations to the Superior School Board earlier this week, after a nearly year-long study of the district’s facilities. The firm evaluated Superior’s eight schools, school forest buildings and administration building for energy efficiency, physical condition and educational adequacy. The majority of the buildings received passing marks, but Superior High School and Cooper Elementary School were singled
Superior residents have a diverse set of candidates from which to choose in Tuesday’s spring elections. Mary Klun, finishing her fourth term, is the only incumbent running for re-election. She served one term from 1999-2002 and then returned to the board in 2005. Incumbent John Hendricks chose not to seek re-election. He has served since 2007. James Farkas, Sheila Keup and Steve Stupak joined the race for the two open seats.