The Monmouth-Roseville School District originally planned to rely on a fund-raising campaign to come up with the money for a new building. It will house a weight room and agriculture classes.
Superintendent Paul Woehlke said the estimated cost of the building is $500,000. He said the district will rely on a mix of donations and sales tax revenue to pay for it.
Woehlke said the Sports Boosters and FFA Alumni raised about $60,000. Another $10,000 came from other donations. That money was spent on construction materials.