RHINELANDER - Rhinelander voters will decide in February whether to give the school more money.
The School District of Rhinelander will try to pass a referendum.
It would cost about $5 million each year for the next three years.
Voters passed a $4 million dollar referendum in 2013.
That referendum will expire at the end of this school year.
District administrators will hold meetings throughout the community to get information to voters.
"Getting the information out to the public is just essential. We need people, our community members, our taxpayers, our parents, all our stakeholders to understand the importance, the significance of this referendum," says School District of Rhinelander superintendent Kelli Jacobi.
If it passes, the new referendum will replace the one passed in 2013.
Administrators hope community members understand why it needs to go to another referendum.
"All of the information that we're putting out is to explain that, that it's a continuation of the $4 million with one additional million. Our state aid continues to decline and that's why it continues, the amount need from our taxpayers continues to rise," Jacobi says.
The meetings will be held at various times and locations.
Referendum Presentation Schedule
You can find links to more information about the referendum as well as meeting locations and times below.