Improved facilities and plans to support student achievement outlined in Dr. Marty Pollio’s op-ed to the Courier-Journal. See how the Superintendent is envisioning a new JCPS and what it means to our community.
In May of 2020, the Jefferson County Board of Education voted to increase the property tax by 7 additional cents on every $100 of assessed value. For a home valued at $100,000, that would be an additional $70 a year. This would generate an additional $51 million dollars a year for public education to address unmet facility needs, increase instructional support and provide a laptop for every JCPS student to access from home. Our tax calculator gives you an opportunity to see your investment in public school students.