The high school's pool and auditorium and Ashwaubenon's community center are all more than 45 years old.
School Representative Brad Taylor says investing in the outdated facilities will help both the school district and the public in the long run.
"So if we were to go for a referendum, every dollar of referendum that we go for our tax payers will actually pay a dollar-forty one, he says. "But if the village goes for it, they don't have that negative aid like the school district does, so if they go for that dollar referendum, the tax payers pay a dollar."
A survey will go out to the community this month to gage if they should proceed with a referendum.