Update on Green Bay area public schools overcrowding referendum

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(WFRV) – In April of last year, Green Bay Voters passed a $68.25 million dollar referendum to address overcrowding on the East Side, including safe entrances and providing appropriate learning spaces for students.

Green Bay Area Public Schools Board of Education President stopped by with an update on the project and how you can chime in.

For more information, stop by gbaps.org

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