Both Cuyahoga Falls and Woodridge are big winners in state funding over the next two years.
The Cuyahoga Falls school district is expected to get nearly $12 million in 2014 from state funding, according to preliminary numbers from the Ohio Department of Education.
That is $1 million more than in 2013, when the district received just under $11 million, an increase of 10 percent.
In 2015 the state is expected to dish out $12.7 million to the district, another six percent boost, resulting in another $690,000.
Woodridge should receive more than $1 million in 2014, a 129% increase from the $472,000 they got in 2013.
In 2015 they are expected to receive around $1.4 million, another 25 percent boost.2013 2014 Increase 2015 Increase Cuyahoga Falls $10,933,634 $11,970,037 10% $12,657,275 06% Woodridge $472,061 $1,080,736 129% $ 1,350,920 25%
In May, voters will decide whether or not to pass a for the Cuyahoga Falls City School district.
Woodridge passed a 6.83-mill levy in November.
The specific numbers for school funding in Gov. John Kasich's budget were released on Wednesday afternoon.