Voters will go to the polls on Tuesday to decide the future of a levy in the Groveport Madison School District.
If the school district's levy is not passed, officials said that students will lose many sports and arts programs.
A "yes" vote on the levy would preserve what is already in place. If it fails, the district will lose $7.7 million, according to administrators.
Some who oppose the levy said that they believe money should be spent only on education.
Wendy Breedlove said that she would like to keep her money instead of paying for after school programs.
"I think I can find other means of activities for her," Breedlove said.
Sports teams and art classes are not the only thing on the line. About 100 jobs could be lost if the levy fails.
School officials could cut back busing services as well.
The levy vote will affect 10 schools in the district.
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