SHEBOYGAN FALLS, WI (WHBL) - The Sheboygan Falls School District’s Board of Education will vote Monday evening whether to approve putting a referendum on the April ballot. Superintendent Jean Born said following the defeat of last year’s referendum for a new middle school and auditorium, the district got input from around 1,400 community surveys to see what to do next. She said 70 percent felt the board should continue to move forward. She said the number one reason the last referendum failed was the cost. The new referendum would be two questions, one for the middle school and one for the auditorium. The cost for both, at $30.2 million, is over three million dollars less than last year due to reducing the size of the school building and eliminating other improvements. The board meeting will be at the high school library and begin at 6:30.