Area school boards are finalizing plans for referendums to be held in April.
The Washington Island School Board Monday agreed to a resolution to ask voters to approve a two-year, non-recurring referendum to exceed the revenue limits by $391,000 in the 2013-2014 school year and $481,000 the following year.
The Sturgeon Bay School Board meets Wednesday night to consider a resolution for a three-year non-recurring referendum. District Superintendent Joe Stutting says the amounts would be $1 million in the first year, $1.3 million the second year, and $1.6 million the third year.
The Southern Door School Board met Monday night and is scheduled to meet again at 6 p.m. Thursday to discuss its referendum plans.
The Sevastopol Board of Education also meets Thursday and is expected to finalize the wording for a three-year, $4.25 million referendum.