Remodeling work is being completed in Bridges Hall Rooms 261 and 262 to create offices and classrooms for the Lakes Country Service Cooperative, an alternative high school serving 30-50 students from a nine-county region in west central Minnesota. 

Classes will start after Labor Day and will be taught by four teachers. As an important resource to the community, MSUM is looking forward to this partnership and the potential of MSUM faculty collaborating with the high school students and teachers.

For more information on the Lakes Country Service Cooperative, visit lcsc.org.

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