April.5.2016 Referendum

Oshkosh Voters Approve April 5, 2016 Referendum!

Oshkosh voters approve Referendum for Learning to increase school district funding supporting student learning and making security improvements with a 59% (17,078) yes to 41% (11,658) no vote.

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Oshkosh Board of Education Approves April 5, 2016 Referendum
On April 5, 2016, residents of the Oshkosh Area School District will be asked to decide whether the school district should be able to increase its funding to support student learning.   If approved by voters, the Referendum For Learning would provide $4 million per year for seven years to protect academic programs for students and make security improvements for our schools.  CLICK HERE for answers to Frequently Asked Questions.  If not approved by voters, Oshkosh will need to make approximately $3.4 million in cuts for the 16-17 school year and another $4 million in cuts for 17-18.  These program eliminations will affect all students and the district will be unable to make important investments in security that have been outlined in the district’s strategic plan.

Learn more by attending one of the community information sessions or by reviewing the Announcements, In The News, Presentation Calendar, and Resource Documents sections found in the left sidebar.  For your information we have included information from previous referenda as well.   

You can submit any questions you have using the form below.  If you prefer to contact us by email, CLICK HERE or call us at 920-966-0343.

OASD Referendum 2016

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Oshkosh Area School District Referendum Questions