Residents in Chillicothe can attend a town hall meeting Tuesday about the proposed school district bond.
School board members have already given the go-ahead to send a $7.5 million school bond to voters.
If approved that bond will go toward renovations for the two school structures and cafeterias.
It will also go towards a growing vocational agricultural program.
Chillicothe ISD currently has a little over 200 students in the district and school leaders say changes need to be made to accommodate everyone comfortably and safely.
On Tuesday, voters can join school board members in the ag classroom from 6 p.m to 7 p.m.
If the bond is passed residents will see a 13 cent tax increase per $100 of assessed value.