HOLMEN, Wis. (WKBT) - Voters in Holmen have two referendum questions that will be on the November ballot.
The first question asks if the Holmen School District can move forward with a $23.5 million expansion and renovation of Holmen High School.
The second question would allow funding to operate the areas impacted by the first referendum question.
If the referendum passes, a new fine arts center, gym and technology education spaces would be built.
"As more students enter the building and smaller classes are leaving, yes we definitely will need more space," said Kristin Mueller, Holmen District Administrator.
The school would also renovate existing spaces.
Holmen is hosting an open house on October 27th at Holmen High School.
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