Milwaukee area school districts working on facility projects

School districts often take advantage of the summer to do large facility projects, whether through a referendum approved by voters, operating budgets or capital project funds.

This summer, area school districts are working on projects such as athletic facility upgrades or even needed maintenance to school buildings. Here are some examples of projects taking place in suburban Milwaukee school districts, as well as projects that have recently been completed.

Arrowhead

District voters in November 2020 approved an $8.5 million referendum ($1.7 million per year for five years) to focus on high-priority technology, site and facility improvement projects. Some of those projects were completed in 2020-21 and 2021-22, including replacing firewalls, improving wireless access points and improving connectivity.

Before the 2022-23 school year, referendum-related projects include:

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