GCPS eNews


Nov. 2011, Vol. 9, No. 4
Putting technology to work in the classroom
Hull technology
In hundreds of classrooms around Gwinnett, technology tools are a part of students' daily lessons and interactions.
Don't forget!
Remember to vote at your county polling site on Nov.8.
Check out these links and stay current on GCPS news and events:

November 8, 2011, will be decision time for Gwinnett voters who will be asked to extend the penny sales tax that is building classrooms and providing technology for Gwinnett schools.


To date, education SPLOST funds have been used to construct 46 new schools, helping Gwinnett County Public Schools (GCPS) to keep pace with enrollment growth. In addition, previous eSPLOST funds have been used for classroom additions at dozens of existing schools and to fund technology improvements that have been crucial

to ensuring a quality and effective education for Gwinnett students. For 15 years, GCPS has delivered on its eSPLOST promises.

The current eSPLOST expires on June 30, 2012. Click on the links below to learn more about the education SPLOST, the projects it would fund, and the impact it would have on students.


  • SPLOST IV video

  • Project list

  • Frequently Asked Questions

  • SPLOST Accountability 
  • Take a look at the proposed education SPLOST projects by cluster: 

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