The referendum for the Braham School District was approved by voters during a special election held on Tuesday, February 8.
Unofficial results from the election have the measure passing with 367 people voting yes and 41 voting against.
The district was asking area voters for around $11 million to help with facility upgrades and improvements. This measure would also be tax neutral to residents as the district had paid off debts.
The district is extremely grateful for the community's support to reinvest in the buildings.
"I really want to thank the community," Superintendent Ken Gagner said. "I'm a person who often says this is your school. I really think it's a wise decision to make the investment now before things get really bad."