Decisions regarding a proposed referendum for the school district of Weyauwega-Fremont are expected at a school board meeting later this month. That’s after the board met as a committee of the whole last night. Board president Doug Ehrenberg says discussion centered around the formulation of a referendum question, or questions, for the November ballot. The board looked at sample questions from districts around the state over the past few years, including one from the Hudson School District on the western side of the state. There, residents passed a state-record 95-million dollar referendum for school improvements. The Weyauwega-Fremont district is eyeing a 22 million dollar referendum, for new science and math classrooms at the high school, along with a 400-seat auditorium, a multi-purpose gym, plus tech ed and locker room areas. The referendum would also include an addition to the Fremont elementary building. Ehrenberg says district administrator Scott Bleck is working on finalizing a potential ballot question, which would be up for discussion and a possible vote on June 27th, at the board’s regularly scheduled meeting.