How the Sales Tax Helps K-12 Education

 

Iredell-Statesville Schools plans to use proceeds from the proposed quarter-penny sales tax for a number of safety, security, and student well-being initiatives.

  • SAFETY
    • Additional School Resource Officers
    • Fortification Of All Entrance And Egress Areas
    • Consistent Check-in/check-out
    • Processes For Campus Access
    • Enhanced Safety Training For Students And Staff

  • SECURITY
    • Surveillance Cameras
    • Enhanced Door Locks
    • Fencing
    • Bullet-Resistent Tinting For Classroom Windows

  • STUDENT WELL BEING
    • Mental Health Counselors
    • Nurses
    • Enhanced Mental Health Training For Staff

Mooresville Graded Schools has outlined a number of important expenditures that revenue from the quarter-penny sales tax would support.

  • SAFETY & SECURITY
    Establishing additional safety and security measures at schools and facilities throughout the district

  • STUDENT WELL BEING
    Enhancing school-based student support services and programs:
    • School Nurses
    • Guidance Counselors
    • Social Workers
    • Character And Anti-Bullying Education For Students And Staff
    • Staff Training On Building Positive Relationships With Students

  • SCHOOL PROGRAMS
    Assisting with the financial burden of unfunded state mandates handed down by the NC General Assembly
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