Voters will be going to the polls in the Milford School District tomorrow.
If a referendum is approved the school district says it will help deal with a current budget deficit of $1.2 million.
School superintendent Phyllis Kohel told WBOC that this would allow the district to restore cuts in the curriculum and support student safety efforts.
She said over the last three years the school system has drawn around $1.2 million per year from the require reserve fund.
And it has slashed 30 percent across the board affecting construction, operations and athletics.