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Board of Education Approves $114.9 Million Referendum for April 2020

Supt. Dr. Mary Pfeiffer shares the results of a Board of Education unanimous vote.

Press Release

December 17, 2019

Residents of the Neenah Joint School District will be asked to consider a $114.9 million referendum on April 7, 2020 to build a new high school. The ballot resolution was approved at a Board of Education meeting on Dec. 17 by a unanimous vote of the nine-member board. Along with a new high school,...

Community Engagement Sessions Plan for the Future of Neenah Schools

Community Engagement Sessions Plan for the Future of Neenah Schools

Paris Schafer and Oli Balke

November 4, 2019

The N.J.S.D. Administration building displays classroom-like offices and a floor that replicates a gymnasium. Built in 1907, Kimberly High School was one of the first in the district to undergo a referendum. In the 1920s, the district decided to build a new high school south of Division street, which...

Vote Determines Future of Neenah Buildings

Vote Determines Future of Neenah Buildings

Ty Cianciolo and Noelle Schumacher

November 3, 2019

The Neenah Joint School District is looking to develop itself and its infrastructure. This April, residents will have the opportunity to decide if a new high school is warranted. Last spring, voters in Neenah and surrounding communities rejected a $130 million referendum that planned to build a new...

Neenah’s Debate Between Pathways

Neenah's Debate Between Pathways

Jordon Van Domelen, Student of Journalism

November 3, 2019

Listen to a podcast that shares her voice.   As many are aware, the Neenah Joint School District is seeking to undergo a large long-term change. It has posted all the possible pathways, or possible changes, that the district could see. The most popular pathways shown on the Neenah website thro...

Referendum Failure Brings New Ideas to the Table

Referendum Failure Brings New Ideas to the Table

Garrett Luepke and Josh Brazee

October 28, 2019

Referendums cause change. Last year N.J.S.D. proposed a referendum in which the current Shattuck Middle School would be demolished and a new middle school would be built on the same property. The plan was also going to update areas in need of work and expansion at the current high school. In the end, ...

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