NFDL Schools Facilities Improvements About A Year Away
North Fond du Lac Schools Superintendent Aaron Sadoff says they are about a year away from breaking ground for the improvements made possible by the passage of a $29.5 million referendum. He says it will be about a nine-month planning process. He says they will get teachers, staff, kids and the community involved in the process. He says the architect that helped them with the planning for the referendum will be the architect. He says they will also look for other partners towards the end of the year with hope that they can start construction next April. He says they will take some time to examine what made the referendum successful and how they can do things even better. Nearly 70 percent of District voters passed both referendum questions.