UPDATE: When I can find out all the results I’ll post.
Previously on This Just In…
Wisconsin residents voted today on 66 referendums in school districts throughout the state, including a $65 million referendum in the Chippewa Falls School District.
The Chippewa Falls funding would go toward replacing Stillson Elementary School, as well as construction and equipping of a classroom addition, capital improvements and repairs, technology upgrades, remodeling and site improvements at the middle school, and construction and equipping of a science, technology, engineering, arts and mathematics (STEAM) lab addition, capital improvements and repairs and technology upgrades at the high school.
Other large school referendums on the April 3 ballot include:
- D.C. Everest: $59.875 million to pay the cost of a district-wide school building and improvement program.
- River Falls: $48 million (two referendums) to add elementary classroom space, create collaborative learning space and upgrade aging facilities.
- Plymouth: $31.9 million for security improvements, construction of academic and athletic additions, remodeling and site improvements at Plymouth High School; security improvements, construction of gymnasium, cafeteria and academic additions, remodeling, roof replacement and HVAC upgrades at Parkview Elementary and Fairview Elementary Schools; and district-wide security and communications system upgrades.
- Peshtigo: $30.9 million (two referendums) for constructing and equipping a new middle/ high school, including a two-station gymnasium, and constructing and equipping an additional gym station.
Other top referendums include: Howard-Suamico, $29.250 million; Sparta, $28.5 million; Beloit-Turner, $26.8 million; and Brown Deer, $25.9 million.