SHEBOYGAN, WI (WHBL) - The Sheboygan Area Board of Education is expected to take final action Tuesday night on the future of Washington Elementary School. The administration has recommended closing the 100 year old school because it would be too costly to renovate it, and because there is room for the 350 students in other school buildings. Most of the students would be moved to Grant and Jefferson schools as of next year. The plan has drawn opposition from parents and others during listening sessions held by the board. Some have called for a referendum on building a new school, which would cost at least 12-million dollars. The board meets tonight at 6 o’clock in the Commons of Sheboygan North High School.