FLOODWOOD, MN- Tuesday night the community was asked to make the decision on a $700,000 referendum.
The vote failed to pass by a vote of 352 to 337.
Officials say the school will be looking to make cuts as soon as next school year.
FLOODWOOD, MN — Jobs are at stake in the Floodwood School District.
Tuesday night the community will be asked to make the decision on a $700,000 referendum.
In November, voters shot down a property tax referendum that would’ve helped keep the K-through-12 building fully operational.
Enrollment at Floodwood School has been in decline for years, and because of that, school officials say they’ve been forced to make cuts.
If Tuesday’s referendum doesn’t pass, officials say the school will be looking to make cuts as soon as next school year.