Already Sisters has passed the threshold of fifty percent of residents voting. Now a majority has to say yes for it to go through.
School Board Chair Don Hedrick thinks it look good.
"I would say cautiously optimsitic is a good term. We have to have 50 petcent. It's a double whammy election. We have to have 50 percent vote and then 50 percent of them have to vote yes."
The levy amounts to 75 cents per one thosuand dollars of assessed property value. For the average home in Sisters, that's around $130 dollars a year.