Worthington City Schools officials held their last public meeting on Thursday before officials will decide what levy to place on the November ballot.
Superintendent Thomas Tucker said that the district will face a $3.4 million budget gap in the next two years.
The district plans on going to voters in November, 10TV’s Justin Moss reported.
“It’s important that we maintain the level of academic excellence that this district has been known for,” Tucker said. “It’s also important that we continue to maintain outstanding co-curricular and extracurricular programs.”
District officials planned to go to school board officials next month with options about what a levy could look like.
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