More schools are pointing to safety concerns for Tuesday's primary.
The Erie Day School says they won't allow the school to be used as a polling station, because too many strangers would have access to the school, to vote.
"It's an ongoing conversation for all of us in education, whether or not we're willing to take risks and that's just one that unfortunately at this time that Erie Day School certainly can't afford to make," said Karen Tyler with Erie Day School.
Meanwhile, the Erie school district will allow schools to be used, but will give the students the day off.
As fewer buildings are available, officials are looking for other solutions.
"We need to change the way sometimes we vote perhaps voting more on-line as we move forward, certainly voting more absentee ballots. Do you have to physically be in the plant to vote? I don't think so," said County Councilman Phil Fatica, councils' election board chair.
Five polling stations are changing this year.
They include Erie Day School, those voters will head to GECAC Senior Center.
Voters at Glenwood Elementary will now head to Central Tech High School to vote.