Voters in the Southern Door school district will have a referendum on the November ballot, but they might see two questions.
To avoid cuts in instructional staffing and programming, voters in 2020 renewed their approval for the district to exceed the revenue cap set by the state. The district will go to the voters in November to keep programming and staffing levels steady, but the school board this winter began discussing a possible referendum for capital projects, said superintendent Chris Peterson.
Last week, the board selected Miron Construction of Ashwaubenon and Bray Architects to help the board investigate projects for a possible referendum this fall. The board vote came after a closed session that was designated as a time to discuss personnel and presentations by possible consultants.