South Florida students may not be heading back to their school buildings, but they still need supplies and today and tomorrow they can buy them tax free. The Back-to-School sales tax holiday runs from today until midnight Sunday. Scott Shalley, President of the Florida Retail Federation-says because of remote learning, about 63-percent of families are expected to buy computers and other electronics this year, up from 54-percent last year. New to the tax-free clothing list of items costing 60-dollars or less this year--masks which will be required when and if students return to the classroom. There are now 3 ways to buy tax-free items---in the store- online or curbside.