Sevastopol School District will ask voters to allow it to exceed its revenue limit by $2 million each year through the 2024-2025 school year in a referendum vote during the fall election. A yes vote would replace a current operational referendum that dates back to 2018. The money will go towards operations costs such as updating curriculum materials, improving district technology, and maintain other programs and services. The financial impact will remain the same if other factors follow suit, but Sevastopol School District Superintendent Kyle Luedtke says taxpayers could actually see a decrease in their mill rate.
Voters in Sevastopol School District approved an operational and a building referendum in 2018. It is one of three different referendum questions Door County voters could see on their ballots depending on where they live. Everyone will weigh in on a question regarding redistricting reform while Southern Door School District voters will weigh in on their own operational referendum. You can hear more about that referendum over the weekend.