But Deschutes County Commissioenrs have indicated they hope to help.
"New Generations" has 29 students and has been forced to reduce hours and layoff a staff member because they just lost a Headstart grant.
The school's director, Jennifer Abanto says tuition will be going up too. "So you lose major fundraising from Headstart, you have to find other fundraising to repalce that. We've reduced our hours and been careful with our spending. And tuition has to go up."
Deschutes County Commissioners are leaning toward giving the center a three thousand dollar grant to help them weather the loss of the Headstart grant.