Facing a $60 million deficit, the Toronto District School Board is set to announce more cost saving measures.
Closing down some cafeterias, raising permit fees and spiking the cost of night classes are all possible, to help increase bottom lines.
Cuts to clerical and special education staff are also rumoured, as well as banning trustees from travelling out of country on business.
A report will be released this afternoon, where trustees will then have several weeks to consult with the public.
A key budget vote is set for June 13.