TULSA, Okla. - Quick facts:
- Officials at Tulsa Public Schools are seeking your input on tough options they're looking at to offset potential budget cuts they face next school year.
- They could face as much as $12 million in cuts.
- Options include further athletic cuts, elimination of transportation, a four day school week, consolidation and closing of schools or furlough days.
- Officials say they are considering every possible option.
- Their survey closes Thursday night.
- They say they will use the results to determine what to do after the state budget is approved after April 1.
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