The Sturgeon Bay School District is continuing to tweak the exact wording of its likely spring operational referendum. The topic was among those discussed during Wednesday’s school board meeting, which included the approval of over 40 board policy changes. The operational referendum would be used to maintain educational programming. Sturgeon Bay School District Superintendent Dan Tjernagel says the timing of the state budget release is one of the reasons putting exact figures down for the referendum question difficult.
Tjernagel says the board will have two more opportunities to discuss the referendum question in detail before ultimately deciding if it is ready to appear on the spring ballot.