Congress has until Friday to agree on some huge spending cuts - or automatic cuts kick in.
The sequester would slash both domestic and military budgets.
The White House is releasing details on how the sequester would affect each individual state.
A report released Sunday night indicates Virginia would lose about $14 million in funding for primary and secondary education.
Around 190 teacher and aide jobs would be at risk.
More than $648 million in cuts will come from the military - mainly pay.
90,000 civilian Department of Defense employees would be furloughed.
Click here to see the full report for Virginia.
A series of town hall-style meetings for Charlottesville's neighborhoods will continue on May 23 with a meeting for residents of the Martha Jefferson and Little High neighborhoods.