The New Ulm District 88 School Board will be dealing with matters related to the district’s upcoming levy referendum during it’s regular meeting this (THU) evening. District 88 will be asking voters to approve a 10-year, $725 per-pupil referendum this November. During today’s meeting, the school board is scheduled to establish a ballot board and appoint election judges for determining the referendum results. In other business, the board will hear reports on curriculum and instruction as well as on Early Childhood Family Education programs. The New Ulm School Board meeting begins at 7pm today at the District Administrative Center.