The positive outcome of the two referendums that passed in the Southern Door School District on Tuesday night, will lead the administration to quickly begin implementing the capital project that will bring considerable changes to the school’s campus. The operations referendum will maintain the current curriculum and student services. Southern Door School District Administrator Chris Peterson says he is especially appreciative of the community’s support of the capital referendum, which narrowly passed and includes the construction of an indoor practice facility and the moving of the district office into the old fitness room. He notes that he has already connected with the school’s business manager to lock in favorable interest rates for financing the projects.
Peterson expects some refurbishing projects to be finished by next year, with the whole process and major construction taking between 12 to 18 months to complete.