The results of a survey into facilities needs for the Sturgeon Bay School District indicates that a significant majority is willing to support investment to make changes at the elementary schools as well as upgrade the high school. The surveys returned to the district noted that likely voters will support a referendum(79%) and making changes to the elementary schools(75%). Two possible elementary options presented to the survey-takers called for closing the Sunset Elementary School. That concept was supported, along with the idea of reconfiguring Sunrise and Sunset Schools to accommodate all elementary students. The survey also included questions about possible district-wide updates and improvements, with support shown for upgrades to building components or systems, enhancing career and technical education spaces, and improving building security at the high school. If the Sturgeon Bay School Board decides to move forward with some combination of identified projects, residents of the district will have the opportunity to vote on them as early as the April 2020 election.