Voters in Aquinnah and West Tisbury will both gather for special town meetings next week to decide on a series of school and funding questions.

West Tisbury’s three-article town meeting will take place at 7 p.m. on Tuesday June 13 at the West Tisbury School. Aquinnah will meet at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, June 14 at town hall for a seven-articles warrant.

The meetings were primarily called to deal with Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School budget, which all three up-Island towns rejected at their annual town meetings earlier this spring.

But with Chilmark becoming the fourth town to approve the budget on Monday, the budget will pass regardless of how West Tisbury and Aquinnah vote. Now that it has been set, however, the two other up-Island towns will still be resposible for finding the funds necessary to fund their portion of the budget.

“The pressure is not necessarily off,” said West Tisbury town administrator Jennifer Rand, of the upcoming vote to appropriate funds. The quorum for town meetings in West Tisbury is pegged at five per cent of registered voters, and was set at 140 voters at the annual meeting this year.

“[Quorum] can sometimes be an issue,” Ms. Rand said. “We are not a town that regularly has two town meetings.”

In addition to the high school budget, both towns will be taking up a series of funding articles.

In West Tisbury, the town will consider a $13,250 transfer to the town’s reserve fund and payment of a $2,250 bill from the last fiscal year round out the three article warrant.

Aquinnah will vote on whether to fund their $6,060 share in the Dukes County Health Care Access Building, $18,000 to pay for grant consulting services and $13,000 for the town building inspector salary, along with minor changes to the town’s fossil fuel bylaw.

The town will also weigh in on a non-binding resolution article that calls on the regional high school to commit to an all-grass campus. A second non-binding resolution would, if passed, ask the school to not accept any anonymous donations of more than $5,000 for legal action, experts, project design and permitting related to any plastic fields at the high school.

Plans for a turf playing field been debated for years. Similar resolutions passed at Chilmark’s town meeting Monday.