Two Chemung County school districts are working together to help solve current financial needs. The Horseheads and Elmira Heights school districts have agreed to look into doing a feasibility study of a possible merger. The districts already share transportation services and will continue to look into sharing more. The feasibility study costs about $40,000 to $50,000 and the first step the districts are taking is to try and secure funding for the study. Each superintendent believes in looking into every possible option to plan for years ahead. They say no consolidation would take place without the public’s support.