While the courts are deciding whether or not schools should offer parents an in-person learning option, kids still need school supplies, especially computers.
Today marks the start of the back to school tax holiday.
From today until Sunday students can buy up to a $1000 in school supplies tax free. Masks are one of the newest items added to the tax-free list, which will be required when and if students return to the classroom. Tax-free items can be purchased in-store, online or curbside.
Items that will be tax-empt include; personal computers, masks, clothing, footwear, school supplies $15 or less, and more.
Check out the full list of what is eligible for the holiday, click here.