Ohio.com staff


Cuyahoga Falls school district Superintendent Todd Nichols will speak at 7 p.m. on April 3 at the Lincoln Elementary Library to discuss the future of Cuyahoga Falls schools and to answer questions about the May levy.



The Board of Education agreed in January to place a levy on the ballot in May. The five-year, 3-mill levy, if approved, would generate more than $11 million over the duration.  



The school board discussed improving to security systems, updating technology, replacing busses and repairing buildings as a reason for placing the levy on a ballot. 



Nichols also addressed upcoming mandates by the state and federal governments as a reason for the need for increased funding.