Cadott Schools might ask voters for more money next spring.
The schools’ administrator yesterday said they are creating a community-driven facility advisory committee to look at last spring’s ten-million dollar tax hike to see if it will be enough. Administrator Josh Spaeth says the money is earmarked for a new career technical education center and classroom upgrades. No one is saying just how much more money Cadott Schools are looking for, or where that money will be spent. If there is a new referendum, voters will see it on their ballots next spring.