SHEBOYGAN FALLS, WI (WHBL) - Residents of the Sheboygan Falls School District will vote on a possible new middle school this April. The district’s Board of Education approved the $30.2 million referendum for the spring ballot Monday evening.
The referendum will consist of two questions. The first would be for $27.6 million for a new middle school next to the elementary, new classrooms for 4K education, and fund capital maintenance projects across the district. The second would be for a $2.6 million auditorium at the middle school. If approved April 1, taxpayers in the district would pay 86 cents per thousand assessed property value.
District residents voted down a similar referendum last year that would have cost $33.8 million.