On April 7, 2020, voters in the Mequon-Thiensville School District approved a $55.7 million referendum to address facility needs across the Mequon-Thiensville School District. The district will now begin developing plans and timelines for construction projects. Because construction will touch every building and program in some way, projects will be phased to cause as little disruption to students as possible.
- Did the MTSD community approve a referendum?
- What is the community-approved referendum funding?
- What process has been used to evaluate the district's needs?
- What are the district's facility needs?
- What did the Community Task Force study and ultimately recommend?
- How has the community been engaged and informed?
- When was the last time MTSD asked the community for support through a referendum? What was that money used for?
- When will the final designs be available?
- When will the district break ground and begin construction?
- How will the improvements made possible through these projects protect the health of our students and staff?
- Will local contractors be able to bid on these projects?
- How can I stay up-to-date on this process?
- Who can I contact with questions?