The board will vote on a proposal that includes more than a hundred layoffs, and five unpaid furlough days.
The board will also decide whether to close more than the four under-populated schools recommended for closure by the rezoning committee.
Also up for vote is whether employees must contribute five percent of their salary to the state's retirement system.
A vote is scheduled for seven p.m. tonight.
Our Lorenzo Hall will be there and we will have a full report tonight at 11 p.m. and on WTVR.com.