Onalaska Students Prepped in Case of Failed Referendum
Real life impacts for students in Onalaska schools if a three part referendum doesn't pass next week. The referendum is at the polls on Tuesday. But superintendent Fran Finco says, because of probable cuts, he's already been prepping students for fallout should it not pass.
One part of the referendum funds operational expenses, one part is for technology needs, and there's a 16 million dollar question dealing with remodeling and renovation at two elementary schools.