The Fresno Unified School District continues to push for support of Proposition 30 to raise the state tax.
The district held a gathering Wednesday night to discuss how it would use the money if the new state tax is approved.
The district wants a longer day for middle school students, improved music programs, and a district-wide early learning program.
FUSD Chief Financial Officer Ruth Quinto said, "A consistent and district-wide preschool initiative and curriculum that would provide enough capacity to offer access to up to 80% of our 4-year-olds in the district."
Prop 30 is on the November ballot and would raise the state's sales tax by a quarter percent.
Fresno Unified could get an estimated $29 million if Prop 30 passes.