Congratulations to the following Districts whose communities approved referenda for school capital projects. These approved referenda will focus on creating modern learning spaces to enhance the educational environment for students and teachers.
The Middleton-Cross Plains Area School District has one of the fastest growing school districts in the state. Their $138.9 million facilities referendum will help to alleviate the overcrowding and near capacity schools as well as future proof the schools for the projected continued growth. To address the overcrowding, projects include new construction of a 525-student elementary school and expanding the Middleton High School to allow for nearly 1,000 additional students.
Find out more about MCPASD's referendum.
The Monona Grove School District passed a $57 million facilities referendum. With recent years showing a trend of significant growth, three of the District's schools are projected to exceed their capacities within the next five years. With an additional $14.8 million in capital maintenance needs, Monona is focused on reaching their goal of continuing safety and security improvements.
Find out more about MGSD's referendum.
The Lake Mills Area School District will continue on with their long-term facilities plan. Phase 1 was the award-winning, EUA-designed elementary school. Now Lake Mills is focusing on their high school to alleviate overcrowding in classrooms, improve hands-on instructional spaces and create a safe, multi-purpose outdoor athletic facility.
Find out more about LMASD's referendum.