Next year at this time, middle school students in north Minot should be attending a brand new Ramstad Middle School.
In fact, just this week, walls started going up on the new school on north hill.
Everything will be rebuilt, including a library.
They hope to make that part of the school even better -- but they need your help.
Ramstad is competing in an online competition to win up to 50 thousand dollars for the library.
The Clorox Power a Bright Future program runs for about another month, and online votes will decide who wins the grand prize -- and three runners up totals of 25 thousand.
Carla Luehe () with Ramstad says they have plans to add a teacher's area in the library should they win...and upgrade the school's TV station -- KRAM -- which is a part of the library.
(Carla Luehe - Ramstad Middle School) "Two years have passed and there has been lots of technology changes so we are thinking we don't want to just use all the old equipment, when we rebuild we want to put in the latest technology."
You see the link at the bottom of the page -- power-a-bright-future.clorox.com.
Simply search 'Ramstad' and you can help them out in the quest to come out on top.