Nov. 4, 2020
Nearly 80 percent of voters chose to renew the Referendum, the largest margin since it was first approved in 2004.
Referendum funds boost reading, music and art programs; provide up-to-date technology and textbooks; and help recruit and retain quality teachers.
An independent committee oversees the distribution of funds to ensure that money is spent as voters intended. Every penny collected through the Referendum is locally controlled and benefits Pinellas County teachers and students.
To learn more, visit www.pcsb.org/referendum.