Some convinced Tech should be saved

In the ongoing debate about the future of Technical High School, Claire VanderEyk’s voice could resonate with some of the people who voted against the St. Cloud school bonding request.

Since the $167 million referendum that would have built a new high school on the city’s south side failed Nov. 3, school district officials have pledged to pause in their planning to re-approach voters and listen to the people who have differing viewpoints.

VanderEyk, 28, is a 2005 Tech graduate, but that’s far from what qualifies her to address the issue of whether her 98-year-old alma mater should be replaced.

By the time she was 12, Claire had her own drafting board. She fantasized about the floor plans of the historic 1-1/2-story homes in the neighborhood where her grandparents lived — just blocks from Tech. After high school, she graduated from St. Cloud State University with a degree in management and a minor in real estate. To that, she added a degree in

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