Kettle Moraine School District Board of Education unanimously approved resolutions to put a referendum question on the April ballot at a special meeting on Jan. 14.
The referendum question will ask residents to allow the district to borrow funds, not to exceed $49.6 million, for capitol maintenance projects, technology infrastructure, safety and security, and limited renovations to learning spaces, according to a referendum fact sheet.
Kit Dailey, public outreach specialist for Eppstein Uhen Architects (EUA), outlined a communications plan for educating residents about the referendum and needs of the district, and stressed that school board members will be a resource for residents leading up to the vote.
School Board President Gary Vose said the fact that board members unanimously approved the resolutions says alot.
"I'm excited about going forward with this," said Vose.