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Waunakee schools asking voters for $47 million in improvements
Channel 3000, October 24, 2014
Waunakee school leaders said overcrowding mixed with a huge population boom, means they need $47 million to build a new school and more classrooms. Read more..
Referendum means major Heritage-Intermediate Upgrade
The Waunakee Tribune, October 23, 2014
Space is at a premium in some Waunakee Community School District buildings.
A new intermediate school for fifth- and sixth-graders would ease such concerns in ways that sometimes get lost in the conversation regarding the Nov. 4 school referendum. Read more..
Group pushes for yes on school vote
The Waunakee Tribune, October 8, 2014
A group of Waunakee school district parents and community members have formed a committee working to see a successful outcome to the Nov. 4 school referendum. Read more...
Referendum to Have Gradual Tax Impact
The Waunakee Tribune, September 4, 2014
The full tax impact of all the new building and renovation work proposed for the Waunakee School District won’t be felt right away. Read more...
School Building Project to Impact Property Taxes
The Waunakee Tribune, August 21, 2014
The matter of whether to go ahead with $44.8 million worth of renovations and new school construction in Waunakee is now in the hands of the voters. Read more...
School Board OKs Referendum Questions
The Waunakee Tribune, August 13, 2014
The matter of whether to go ahead with $44.8 million worth of renovations and new school construction in Waunakee is now in the hands of the voters. On Monday, the Waunakee School Board unanimously approved the wording of two referendum questions to be put on the November election ballot. Read more…
School Board picks plan for fall referendum
The Waunakee Tribune, June 24, 2014
A plan for dealing with long-range facilities concerns in the Waunakee School District has been chosen. Read more…