Two Summit County school districts are asking their communities to approve tax levies this spring that will provide the districts with additional funding.
In the Nordonia Hills City School District, voters will consider for the second time a 6.9 mill additional levy.
Superintendent Joe Clark says they have already made $1.7 million in cuts. That includes reducing transportation to the state minimum, which means only students who live more than two miles away from a school will be bussed. He says parents have expressed concerns.