The Madison School District will hold four referendum information sessions in advance of the November 7 referendum. The public is invited to attend any of these sessions.
Thurs. October 12 6:30 PM Sennett School 502 Pflaum Rd. 53716 Lecture lab
Tues. October 17 6:30 PM Cherokee School 4301 Cherokee Dr. 53711 LMC
Wed. October 18 6:30 PM Sherman School 1610 Ruskin St. 53704 Cafeteria
Wed. October 25 6:30 PM Jefferson School 101 S. Gammon Rd. 53717 Lecture hall
During these sessions, Supt. Art Rainwater will show a short video and make a brief presentation. Most of each session will be spent answering questions from those in attendance.
Spanish interpreters will be available at Cherokee School on October 17 and Sherman School on October 18.
A $23.5 million referendum is on the November 7 ballot. The three parts of the single referendum question are: build a new school on the far west side, provide financing for more classroom space at Leopold School, and provide revenue cap relief via debt refinancing.
For more information about the referendum, go to www.mmsd.org and click on “2006 Referendum.”
For more information contact:
Ken Syke, 663-1903, or Joe Quick, 663-1902