Schools in western Kentucky have started to consider options if federal funding cuts are implemented next Friday.
If Congress doesn't move to stop the cuts scheduled to take place on March 1, nearly $3 billion in education funding would be cut.
Daviess County Superintendent Owen Saylor told the Messenger-Inquirer that the district is trying to prepare just in case.
"Worst case, we're looking at $535,000 in lost funding for our district alone," Saylor said. "We don't want to scare anyone. We don't like giving bad news, but if nothing changes, we're like everyone else. Eventually you have to cut jobs."