Enrichment or EP&O levies
Enrichment levies, also known as Educational Programs and Operations (EP&O) or Maintenance and Operations (M&O levies), fund important school services and positions like teachers, support staff, supplies and materials, or services that the state only partially funds or doesn’t fund at all. State money for schools provided via the prototypical funding model does not fully cover the actual costs of operating a school district, so enrichment or EP&O levies bridge the funding gap. Enrichment levies can be approved for up to four years.
Capital levies (which includes tech levies) fund things like modern technology, enhanced building security, and renovation projects. Capital levies can be approved for up to six years.
Transportation levies fund things like new buses or major repairs to older buses to prolong their useful life. Transportation levies can be approved for up to two years.