Forsyon County Schools in Georgia will cancel physical therapy sessions, as the county grapples with a budget crisis.

Schools in the county will be closed Wednesday due to the budget crisis, which comes amid growing concerns over the state’s financial future.

According to the Georgia Department of Education, the county school district needs $7.9 million to meet its 2018-19 budget.

The district’s $8 million shortfall came in addition to the $7 million it was already facing in 2019.

The county is also struggling with a $1.3 million deficit in 2020-21.

As of Wednesday, the district had $2.8 million in cash on hand and $1 million in savings, according to a release.

The district will also close its physical therapy program at a school near the county line and is requiring students to take an eight-hour shift at a physical therapy facility to cover the cost.

Teachers, parents and students were expected to be informed of the decision Wednesday afternoon.

The state’s Office of School Finance, which administers the state budget, released a statement saying the district is “committed to meeting the needs of students and parents as soon as possible.”

Forsyth High School, the school that was one of the first in the state to offer physical therapy, announced in June that it would be closed for the fall and spring semester.