For the first time, the Chilton School District could face either an enrollment drop because children will use a voucher to attend the local Catholic school they couldn't otherwise afford, or more likely, the district will have to raise taxes to fund vouchers for children who already attend the private school.full article at JS
...Liz Rollmann has been principal of Chilton Area Catholic School for more than a decade, during which student enrollment dropped from 140 to just 83 students.
"There is great support for Catholic education here," said Rollmann. "The problem is, a lot of families can't afford it."
When the priest of Good Shepherd Catholic Church announced in January that the school would join the voucher program this fall, parishioners applauded.
I'm not sure the article is completely fair, the family gets a tax rebate, there isn't direct funding from the state.