Voters in the Buhl School District will decide on a supplemental levy on May 17th.  The proposed levy is for nearly $572,000 dollars for one year.  Buhl Superintendent Byron Stutzman ways the district will need that amount to keep the district running as it is now.  If passed, the levy will cost a homeowner with a homeowners exemption 60 dollars.  District voters defeated a two-year $466,000 levy.  Stutzman says without this levy the district will have to cut two positions and sports and other extracurricular activities could become a pay to play situation.  The district has already cut classroom supplies and programs and reduced staff at the district office and in maintenance and counseling.