Tag: half-cent sales tax

Rutledge Pearson Elementary

Board identifies firms to launch facility plan

Jan. 15, 2020 – The Duval County School Board has approved the district’s first steps toward implementation of its master facility plan, which is now being funded with a new half-penny voluntary tax approved by voters last year. At its Jan. 11 meeting, the board approved the selection of Jacobs Engineering Group as the top-ranked […]

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Board selects sales surtax oversight committee

Board forms sales surtax Citizen Oversight Committee

Jan. 8, 2021 – Following through on its commitment to accountability, the Duval County School Board has formed a Citizen Oversight Committee to monitor the district’s spending of the new half-penny sales surtax. The surtax, which went into effect at the start of this year, was overwhelmingly approved by voters in November. In crafting the […]

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Dr. Greene thanks community for referendum victory

Video – Dr. Greene thanks Duval for referendum victory

  Nov. 4, 2020 – On Tuesday, Duval County residents voted by 67 % to pass a half-cent sales tax that will go toward creating safer, more enhanced school facilities and learning environments for students and staff. Watch video above to hear Duval superintendent Dr. Diana Greene thank the community for their support and their […]

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See how each school benefits from half-penny sales tax

Oct. 12, 2020 – Whether it’s a new roof, enhanced technology, updated/new AC systems or removal of  portables, every school in the district will benefit if the half-cent sales tax referendum passes. How they will each benefit is detailed in easy-to-read one-pagers on www.ourduvalschools.org. For most, like Fort Caroline Middle School and Abess Park Elementary, […]

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