School referendums on Tuesday's ballot

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(WLUK) -- Beyond the candidate races, a number of school districts in Northeast Wisconsin are asking for money for a variety of projects or asking to exceed its spending limits.

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Brillion Schools (Final)

Brillion voters say yes to a $5.6 million renovation on the elementary/middle school building.

Coleman Schools (Final)

Coleman voters passed both questions on the school referendum. First question asked for nearly $11 million to upgrade security and a cafeteria addition. In the second question, the district asked for nearly $3 million for upgrading its science, technology, engineering, arts and math programs. A homeowner whose property is worth $100,000 would see their taxes go up by $50 a year.

Howard-Suamico School District (Final)

Taxpayers vote yes to more than $29 million-- nearly $6 million a year for 5 years to reduce class size, pay teachers more and maintain their buildings.

Kiel Area Schools (Final)

Voters in Kiel said yes to one of their referendum questions. Voters said yes to the district getting $840,000 a year for 10 years for upgrades and maintenance. Voters said no to a $10.4 million upgrade to the high school athletic facilities and to build a new performing arts center.

Luxemburg-Casco School District (Final)

Voters in the school district said yes to both referendum questions, totaling nearly $28 million. The first, almost $16 million for security, building additions and classroom remodeling. The second request is for nearly $12 million for a new middle school. The district says the tax impact on a home valued at $100,000 would be an increase of $77 per year.

Manitowoc School District

The district wants $3.5 million a year for three years. The money would go into the regular budget for programs, maintain and update buildings, and pay teachers more.

Peshtigo Schools (Final)

Peshtigo voters said no to a nearly $30 million referendum to build a new, combined middle and high school. It also said no to $950,000 for a new gymnasium.

Valders Schools

Voters in Valders had two questions to answer. The first one asks for $6.38 million for building repairs. The district also asked for $55,000 a year for five years for technology upgrades and infrastructure. The potential impact for taxpayers owning a $100,000 house, would be an increase of $55 a year, if both questions are approved.