Two incumbents are seeking re-election to the South Huntington Board of Education Tuesday. There are no challengers.
Voters will be asked to decide on the $209,068,729, which represents a 6.94 spending increase, and a 1.5 percent tax levy increase.
Key items in the budget include restoration of the ninth period at Walt Whitman High School, a pilot program for late buses at Stimson Middle School, and extra mental health providers. New courses at Whitman include: Art
Business, Social Studies, Family & Consumer Science, Music, Dance/Physical Education, World Language and Technology.
Running for re-election are Andrew Bronson and Sidney Joyner.
Voting runs from 3-10 p.m. Tuesday at Walt Whitman High School.