Rhinelander school district voters this fall will make a funding decision after Monday's board meeting.
The school board approved asking voters for a four-year referendum totaling $4.25 million per year.
A memo circulated by Superintendent Kelli Jacobi said the current three year referndum passed in 2016 will expire. That referendum asked for $5 million a year for three years. Jacobi says the district's fund balance is in a healthy position and the fund would offset part of the request.
The legislature passed changes as to when a referendum vote can be done.
The board voted 5-2 to authorize the vote for this November.