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Cherokee School Board To Get E-SPLOST Update

Board Chair Janet Read made the request to receive an update to the district's Education Special Purpose Local Option Sales Tax program.

Credit: Patch file
Credit: Patch file
The Cherokee County School Board is expected to hear an update to its education sales tax program during its meeting tonight.

The board will meet tonight at 7 p.m. at the historic Canton High School/School Board auditorium in downtown Canton.

The request for an update to the Education Special Purpose Local Option Sales Tax program was made by Board Chair Janet Read. 

Board members will also recognize Carmel Elementary School and Clark Creek STEM Academy for participation in the district's Parental Awareness For Safe Schools, or PASS, initiative, students who've received scholarships and consider approving special lease agreements.

The board's full agenda can be viewed on the Cherokee County School District's website
Lone Stranger May 02, 2014 at 05:51 PM
Yeah just what we need. Another cash grab. Who are they going to try and run over now? What we need is some non whack job school board members, an immediate closing of all public schools, furlough of teachers and full voucher program toward private education. I really don't want to pay for your idiot kids to be educated. Sure education is for the public good but when it's a communist indoctrination camp with nut bags running over each other and going to jail, its long past time to shutter public schools. Public scholls= more idiots in this country on the doles. Shut em down!

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