The new measure partially restores many programs cut during the 2010 fiscal year.
Monroe County Community School Corporation officials are preparing plans to form a committee to help generate candidates to replace the outgoing superintendent.
Plans for the future are already being put into place after the MCCSC referendum passed.
About 60-percent of Monroe County voters came out in support of the measure which allows the MCCSC School Board to increase property taxes to cover budget cuts.
The deadline to file for School Board races in the November election was noon Friday.
A referendum approved Tuesday by the Monroe County School Corporation Board of Trustees would raise property taxes about $0.14 per every $100 in home value.