The Westerville Board of Education announced Monday, Nov. 28, it will hold another special meeting at 6 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 30, to continue discussing budget cuts.

The Westerville Board of Education announced Monday, Nov. 28, it will hold another special meeting at 6 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 30, to continue discussing budget cuts.

The budget adjustments were prompted by voter rejection Nov. 8 of a 4.06-mill property tax and 0.5-percent income tax.

Wednesday's meeting will start at 6 p.m. at the Westerville South High School commons, 303 S. Otterbein Ave.

Superintendent Dan Good is expected to unveil a report containing more detailed information on many of the programs that could be cut - including magnet schools and sports and other extracurriculars - along with how much each program would save the district.

Good said the information will likely be posted on the district's website on Wednesday afternoon, in advance of the meeting.

The district will wait until next school year to cut funding for sports, all extracurricular activities and the district's subject-based schools, but will phase in $5 million in cuts before this school year is over.

The first of those cuts came on Monday when the board voted unanimously to eliminate 62 positions, including clerks, duty monitors, custodians and drivers.

For more on the district's budget plans, see the Dec. 1 edition of ThisWeek Westerville.