Birchwood school district’s referendum passes with 75% approval

Danielle Danford | Staff writer
BIRCHWOOD –The majority of voters in the Birchwood School District approved the district’s $5.8 million dollar referendum on April 7 ballots. The referendum passed with 640 yes votes and 213 no votes, a 75% approval.
Diane Johnson, superintendent of the Birchwood School District, reached out to the Register to thank district voters for their support of the referendum.
“Your support will positively influence students for many years. Several projects that have been delayed due to financial challenges will now be completed along with updating curriculum and technology for students,” said Johnson. “Thank you the school board, administration, staff members, parents, organizations and the community for taking care of the children and families in this district. You are so appreciated!

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