Two questions face voters in the Scribner-Snyder Community Schools district.
The first is whether to issue bonds to pay for a replacement junior/senior high school that would cost nearly $7.5 million. The second question is whether the new school should have a gymnasium, which would raise the cost to nearly $9 million.
A defeat on Tuesday will mean continued use of the current building, which was built in 1923.
The school board opted for a new building because renovating the current structure would have cost more than $10 million.
Superintendent Ginger Meyer says the current building has fire
code and accessibility problems that must be addressed.