Technology referendum on ballot in Holmen
HOLMEN, Wis. (WKBT) — A $450,000 technology referendum awaits voters in the School District of Holmen.
The referendum question comes as the district’s current technology referendum is set to expire.
The money from the referendum would go towards maintaining and updating classroom technology.
If approved, there would be no increase to the current school property tax rate.
The district hopes to maintain the technology structure they have built for students.
“We have interactive flat panel displays in many of our classrooms, other video equipment, just a solid network infrastructure is really crucial to providing access to information,” said Greg Krueger, School District of Holmen Director of Information and Technology.
The Spring Election is April 2nd.
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