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Capital Plan 2022 & SPLOST
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Capital programs provide the resources our students and staff use every day, including the school buses our students ride, the construction and renovations of our school learning environments, the technology and equipment used for learning and teaching, safety enhancements that protect our students, the fields our students play on and even the furniture students and staff sit on each day.

There are three options for funding school system capital plans.

  • Maintenance and Operations Millage
  • General Obligation Bond
  • SPLOST / Penny Sales Tax
Click here to learn more about each of these options. Our Board of Education is calling for a vote on reauthorizing the current SPLOST (penny sales tax) to help fund our capital program. The election date is scheduled for May 24th, 2016. ​​


As Fulton County Schools approaches the end of our current capital plan, the district has engaged in a comprehensive process to identify capital needs for the 2017-2022 period. Our commitment to personalized learning and meeting the individual needs of all students has informed many of the investments we will make over the next five years to continue meeting our goals for graduation, college and career readiness.
This site contains information about each component of the plan and serves as a resource for any community members interested in learning more about how the d istrict is aligning capital resources with our instructional needs.