Mark your calendars and get out and vote on Nov. 3! Gwinnett voters will be asked to consider continuing the E-SPLOST (education special purpose local option sales tax). Over the years, Gwinnett students and school communities have benefited from the E-SPLOST which has provided thousands of needed classrooms in nearly 60 new schools and nearly 80 school additions, as well as technology improvements that are essential to teaching and learning.
Voting yes to continue E-SPLOST will mean yes to 4 new schools, 9 additions and renovations, technology improvements in every school cluster, preventive maintenance to existing facilities, the purchase of schools buses and land, and other projects. Learn more from GCPS Superintendent Alvin Wilbanks writing in the latest issue of Gwinnett Magazine.