The D-C Everest Board of Education says the district is growing and more money is needed to keep up.  The language for a 60-million dollar referendum was approved at this week’s meeting.  The question would appear on the April 3rd election ballot.  That money would be used to build more classrooms, make an addition for technical education at the high school, and remodel and renovate parts of eight school district buildings.  Enrollment has been growing in recent years — by 132 students this year alone.  If voters say yes, property taxes would go up by 24-dollars on a 100-thousand dollar home.