Providing new schools, classrooms, and technology for learning is a major challenge for a large, dynamic district like GCPS. We have been successful, however, thanks to a penny in sales tax the voters made available to school districts a number of years ago. The Gwinnett County Board of Education wants to keep the improvements going to continuing the “E-SPLOST” now in place, so the Board is asking voters to extent it for five more years in a referendum set for November 3. Why is the extension needed? What will it fund? What has the sales tax provided in the past? Find the answers here!