By Terry Kovarik
A week and a day before voters go to the polls, referendum supporters in the Sevastopol School District are reaching out to the community. Members of “Vote Yes Sevastopol” will be knocking on doors and using social media to encourage voters to support the combined $27.1-million operating and building questions. Group co-president Lynn Zawojski hopes voters will see for themselves why upgrades to classrooms and replacement of the 100-year-old section of the school building are needed.
Zawojski also says recent pledges of cash donations from Therma-Tron-X, Wood Orchard and Future Farmers of America alumni have helped convince potential voters that she’s spoken with to support the referendum.