District 88 Board to vote on seeking referendum at today’s meeting
NEW ULM – The District 88 Board of Education on Thursday will vote on calling a referendum about building a new high school and reconfiguring and remodeling existing schools.
The projects total is estimated at about $45.3 million.
The projects were recommended by a community task force after a lengthy deliberation process that considered many options.
The vote would be during the primary election this August.
The School Board will also consider approving an early retirement incentive for non-teaching staff, after approving one for teachers at its last meeting, and approval of an activities handbook.
The Board’s regular meeting is at 7 p.m. Thursday at the District Administrative Center.