KUNA, Idaho - Kuna School District officials have approved asking voters for a $3.19 million supplemental levy in May.
The school board approved the plan on a 3-2 vote on Friday.
Voters earlier this month in a light turnout narrowly rejected a supplemental levy for the same amount.
District officials say more voters could turn out on May 20 because it's Idaho's primary election day.
Board Chairman Carl Ericson says there's momentum in the community for the levy.
Trustee Michael Law worked against the levy in March and says he expects to work against the new levy.
He also says he's working on a district budget committee on possible school cuts.
Cuts could include staff reductions through attrition, larger class sizes, fewer school days and other changes.
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