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The Coleman School District has spent the last year identifying building needs, analyzing options, and gathering community feedback. The Coleman Board of Education believes the proposed solution addresses district-wide needs, reflects the priorities of taxpayers, and provides a long-term facilities solution to serve students, staff, and the community for years to come. Why go to Referendum? What will be on the Tuesday, April 4 Ballot? QUESTION 1 not to exceed $68,300,000 for the public purpose of paying the cost of a school building and improvement program consisting of: the construction and equipping of a new middle school on the Karcher Middle School site; and District-wide building and infrastructure

The Coleman School District has spent the last year identifying building needs, analyzing options, and gathering community feedback. The Coleman Board of Education believes the proposed solution addresses district-wide needs, reflects the priorities of taxpayers, and provides a long-term facilities solution to serve students, staff, and the community for years to come. District’s allowable revenue limit. The state limits the amount of revenue we can raise annually. Our allowable revenue has not kept pace with inflation since 2011 and state per pupil funding is at 2008-2009 funding levels. OPERATIONAL REFERENDUM // FACT SHEET Referendum 2016 MONONA GROVE SCHOOL DISTRICT VOTE April 5th! Referendum Notice - Resolution Providing a Referendum Election. Referendum Notice - Initial Resolution. WF School News District Referendum Set to Address W-F High School and Fremont Elementary. Building our Future Facilities Referendum Brochure. Weyauwega-Fremont School District Facilities Study. WF School Board Reviews Finances. WF School ... Appoquinimink School District. In a short, 1-minute video, Superintendent Burrows explains the difference between a homes' market value and the amount assessed for school taxes (roughly 1/3), offers examples of how the referendum will impact homes selling at different price points, and provides an easy guide for looking up your home's property tax assessment on the New Castle County website. Referendum 2018. On November 6, 2018 the community passed the School District of Hartford Jt. 1 referendum to build additions at Rossman Elementary & Lincoln Elementary Schools for instructional space, infrastructure and capital maintenance improvements and related furnishings and equipment.

2015 Referendum Fact Sheet Referendum Question: Shall the School Board of the School District of Laona be authorized to exceed the revenue limit under Section 121.91 of the Wisconsin Statutes by an amount of $209,000 for the 2015­16 school year and $559,000 each year for the 2016­17, 2017­18 and