Muskego School Referendum Information Efforts Reach Out In Video, In Person

Final weeks before residents head to the polls will feature plenty of in-person opportunities to tour schools and ask questions, with a video outlining what the referendum is looking to achieve to be posted on the district's website by Monday.

Dr. Joe Schroeder, superintendent of the Muskego-Norway School District, unveiled a video that will be available on the district's website in the coming week.  The seven-minute piece outlines the goals of the facilities planning initiative at the district, which will close Muskego Elementary and Tess Corners Elementary schools and expand others in the city, as well as build a new elementary school on the city's eastern border.

The effort is the latest piece in the communications strategy for the district to reach residents who may have had reservations about the previous referendum, and voted against it.  The previous referendum failed by about four percent, and the new proposal addresses cost concerns by lowering the borrowing amount by $5 million.

In addition to the video, October will present a variety of opportunities to tour area schools, and to meet with district representatives to ask questions and voice concerns.

Referendum Information Opportunities:

October 4 - building tour, 9:30-11am

October 5 - building tour 10am-12pm; information night at Lakeview, 7-8:30pm

October 6 - building tour, 10-11:30am; Lakeview Elementary building tour, 1:30-3pm

October 11 & 12 - & building tour, 11am-12:30pm each day

October 14 - Tess Corners and Muskego Elementary building tours, 8-9:30am

October 17 - Mill Valley Elementary building tour, 12-1:30pm; information night at Mill Valley, 7-8:30pm

October 21 - Mill Valley building tour, 11:30am-1pm

kathy schultz September 28, 2011 at 01:38 PM
One question>>>What are we going to do with Muskego El and Tess Corners El buildings?
John September 28, 2011 at 10:19 PM
This question was answered at all of the meetings....


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