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UPDATED: Waterloo school operational referendum fails

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Superintendent Brian Henning speaks to district residents Oct. 24 about the referendum.

This article has been updated to include conversation from a recent school board meeting regarding the referendum.

After a $700,000 a year referendum to fund basic operations for the Waterloo School District failed at the polls last week, school district leaders are considering seeking another referendum in April 2023 to avoid major cuts to district offerings in future budgets.

Southern Wisconsin Regional Education Reporter

Lauren is Wis. born and raised. She graduated from UW-Madison, earning a degree in journalism and certificate in photography. Now, she covers the Cambridge, Deerfield, Lake Mills, Marshall, McFarland, Monona Grove, and Waterloo School Districts.