Kingsland school leaders will have to look elsewhere for money to rebuild a high school after voters rejected a millage tax. In May 2003, a fire destroyed the Kingsland High school, causing $2.6 million in damage. The city was hoping to pass a tax which would have paid for rebuilding costs not covered by insurance. But residents overwhelmingly voted against the measure Tuesday night. School Superintendent Sammy Hartwick tells KARK 4 News the board will meet Thursday night to discuss other options.