By Terry Kovarik
Before Sevastopol School District voters decide a pair of referendums on November 6th, the district wants to see whether private funding might also be available. The Sevastopol Board of Education will meet in closed session October 2nd to discuss alternative revenue sources. Superintendent Kyle Luedtke says the meeting is a chance to see whether other options may have been overlooked.
Luedtke says even if alternate funding is found, the ballot questions will remain in place for the election. The district is asking for $25.1-million for facilities improvement projects and $2-million dollars for each of the next two years for operations. He says private funding could help enhance those projects or reduce the amount of money the district wants to borrow.