April 20, 2024

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What voters need to know

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What voters need to know
Sarah Eisch teaches a fourth-grade inquiry course at Huntley Elementary School in Appleton. Overcrowding at Huntley is one reason the school district is looking to build a new elementary school.

APPLETON – Voters in the Appleton Area Faculty District will see two referendum queries on their Nov. 8 ballot.

The queries consist of developing a new elementary school escalating science, engineering, technological innovation and math (STEM) education moving sixth-graders to the middle university and making additions at three superior colleges.

Some projects — such as lowering course dimensions for kindergarten through second quality and including new spaces for STEM training — would require added personnel.

Here is a closer glance at what voters will need to know:

What does voting “Yes” suggest?

Voting “Yes” to the cash referendum query implies you might be stating the district can borrow the almost $130 million to comprehensive the proposed building and renovation assignments. 

A “yes” vote for the running referendum question suggests you might be Ok with the district exceeding its revenue limit by $5 million every yr on a recurring basis. That revenue is earmarked for school setting up routine maintenance, staffing STEM classes and decreasing course dimensions at kindergarten, first and 2nd grades. 

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