Two Howard-Suamico School District referenda were approved by district residents Tuesday, April 6, 2021.
Two Howard-Suamico School District referenda were approved by district residents Tuesday, April 6, 2021. Question 1 was approved by a 52.1%-47.9% margin. Question 2 was approved by a 53.9%-46.1% margin.
A statement by Superintendent Damian LaCroix is below:
“We are grateful for the community support to renew our revenue limit override and invest in our facilities. By renewing this critical operational funding, HSSD will be able to maintain smaller class sizes, continue to compensate our staff at competitive levels, and maintain safe and clean facilities. Additionally, we are eager to begin the next stage of the planning process later this week for the facilities updates at all eight of our schools.
A critical success factor in this referendum outcome was the engagement of our Board of Education, our community task force/citizen action volunteers, our staff, students, families and our residents. We take pride in our role as stewards of community resources and we are deeply appreciative of your trust.
Thank you to all those who participated in this referendum process by viewing our website, visiting community information sessions, asking questions and voting.”