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Board Thanks Community For Their Engagement In Facility Planning Process

District voters approve referendum on Nov. 6 ballot

PEWAUKEE, WI - Brian Kammers, President of the Pewaukee Board of Education, and Dr. Mike Cady, Pewaukee School District Superintendent, released the following statement after voters approved the district's referendum Nov. 6:

"On November 6, voters in the Pewaukee School District approved a referendum question on the general election ballot. As a result, the district will be able to move forward on additions to all four schools, campus-wide infrastructure improvements, enhanced safety and security, more academic and office space and grade reconfigurations at Pewaukee Lake Elementary, Horizon Elementary and Asa Clark Middle School.

We are very pleased the Board of Education was able to find a solution meeting the needs of both the school district and local residents. Over the past year, we have had a productive dialogue with thousands of people in our community and we thank them all for engaging us in the process to find said solution.

We remain committed to finding ways to protect our educational priorities and make the most of every dollar local taxpayers invest in Pewaukee's schools. We must continue raising the bar for what our schools and its students will achieve."

Pewaukee School District is a public 4K-12 district offering an award-winning, future-ready education to over 3,000 students on a unique, single-campus setting. We passionately commit to our mission to open the door to each child's future.