That money could cover some smaller scale work and projects that top the list.
Officials hope the $4 million bond will pass.
“If this should fail again this year, we’re going to be in big trouble with our facilities,” Budget Committee member Chris Melcher said.
Other articles moved to the March ballot include an article asking voters to spend $100,000 to put in a school district equipment capital reserve fund to help pay for essential classroom items like technology, furniture and other smaller items.
Two union contracts are also on this year’s warrant asking voters to spend more to give minimal raises to support staff in the schools and district custodians.
School Board members also recognized outgoing board member John Robinson who will not seek another term, but has filed to run for Town Council.