Fennimore School District residents will be asked to vote in April on a $5.9 million high school addition. School board members Wednesday night voted unanimously in favor of general obligation bonds to pay for the project, and for a referendum election to approve the spending. The issue will be on ballots April 1 . The project calls for the first addition to the high school since 1996. It would include eight classrooms and an extension for the gym. It also would add a commons and cafeteria area and remodel the library. The addition would allow the district to move sixth-graders to the high school building, in a separate middle school area. Sixth- graders now are housed in the elementary school.
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