The latest numbers show a 3 vote lead for the "yes" votes, but there are some ballots that haven't been counted yet.
Culver Superintendent of Schools Stepahnie Garber explains.
"There is a stack apparently of unsigned ballots and these voters wil be called and will be able to come in between now and November 15th to sign their ballots. These ballots aren't in the numbers. So we don't know if they're yes or no votes. So it's going to go down to the very wire on our nerves."
The school district is asking for 8.8 million to fund improvements to several older school buildings -- including badly needed upgrades to heating and cooing systems.
If the measure fails, Garber says they plan to go out again to voters next May.