Sun Prairie teacher works two jobs to make ends meet, urges residents to vote on referendum More Headlines

SUN PRAIRIE, Wis. – Sun Prairie voters will decide Tuesday if they want a second high school built in the district. They’ll also be asked whether the district should dedicate $5 million to increasing teacher pay. This week, a Sun Prairie middle school teacher who also works as a waitress encouraged residents to vote. 

There are two referendums on the ballot. The first asks for permission to borrow $164 million to build a second high school. The new facility would be built on land already owned by the district and serve 1,658 students.  The other asks to permanently raise the

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