Space needs may uproot childcare site


April 16, 2021

Jana Peterson

Li'l Lumberjacks serves children who are 6-weeks-old to kindergarten age. Its space at the high school is being coveted as class sizes there increase.

Cloquet High School is expecting some growing pains over the next couple years, and moving the Li'l Lumberjacks program may be just what the doctor ordered.

Superintendent Michael Cary told board members during Monday's meeting that the recent large classes at the middle school are making their way into the high school now, which will add to future enrollment. Additionally, the district administration is in talks with the Carlton district about a possible tuition agreement, that could mean Cloquet would promise to accept any Carlton secondary students who want to come to the district should...

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