The Twinsburg Board of Education will hold a special meeting Monday to discuss whether to put a renewal levy on the ballot in August.
The move comes after the board decided in March to withdraw the 6.9-mill renewal levy from the ballot in May because of confusion over the governor's education budget proposal, which at the time showed Twinsburg receiving a large increase in state funding.
Now the board is going to consider putting the levy on the ballot on Aug. 6, said Superintendent Kathi Powers.
At the time the board said it would likely consider putting the levy on the ballot later this year after the state budget picture clears up.
The 6.9-mill levy equates to about $4.4 million in revenue for the school board per year.
The special meeting is scheduled for 7:30 a.m. April 22 at the government center.