Our on the for the Strongsville Schools shows the issue passing at the polls on Tuesday.
About 52 percent Strongsville Patch readers said they plan to vote yes on Issue 14, which would renew a levy set to expire at the end of this year.
Roughly 42 percent are voting no, and 4 percent were still undecided.
Issue 14 would not raise taxes and would replace an existing 6-mill levy that expires this year. The issue generates $7.6 million a year -- about 11 percent of the school district's budget.
If it is not renewed, school officials say they will have to cut more than $7 million out of the budget for the 2012-2013 school year, which would likely mean , extracurriculars, gifted programs and other areas.
If it does not pass Tuesday, voters would have one more chance -- in August -- to approve the measure to avert the major cuts next school year.