Survey shows support for Southern Door School District referendum questions

You could see two referendum questions from Southern Door School District on your ballot this November. School district officials recently reviewed the close to 1,000 responses received for a survey sent out earlier this year regarding a possible operational and capital referendum. The operational referendum had support at approximately 64 percent, while the capital referendum support was at just under 50 percent, with 18 percent undecided. Superintendent Chris Peterson says the results were positive given the many respondents who do not necessarily have kids attending the schools anymore. It also shows there is a lot of work ahead.

The Southern Door School District will have more discussions about the potential referendum questions next week before bringing it to a vote on August 15th. Peterson says they hope they can accomplish both referendum questions with residents paying the same mill rate or even slightly lower.


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