WHAT’S PROPOSED 2018 BOND OVERVIEW: $426,000,000

PROPOSITION A: $235,000,000

Addressing Safety, Security and Accessibility and Providing New Schools for Growth

  • District-wide Safety
    District-wide Safety, Security & Accessibility Safety & Security: $4,250,000

    Upgrades to existing facilities to address student and teacher safety and security including improved intercoms, controlled access devices, perimeter fencing, and shade structures for outdoor play at elementary schools

    Accessibility: $14,750,000

    Upgrades to existing facilities to meet compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act including renovations to ramps, entrances, door hardware and restrooms.

  • New Schools for Growth New High School #6: $171,000,000

    Construction of the district’s sixth high school, a comprehensive grade 9-12 campus, with a capacity of 2,500 students to be located on district-owned property on Chaparral Road. Read more about the proposed HS site here.

    New Elementary School #36: $45,000,000

    Construction of the district’s 36th elementary school to serve grades PK-5 with a capacity of 1,050 students

PROPOSITION B: $191,000,000

Addressing Existing District Facilities through Renovations and New School Replacements

  • New Replacement Schools:

    These existing campuses are over 50 years old, have reached their useful lifecycle and are undersized for today’s standards. Consolidating them into larger, new campuses creates efficiencies for the district, saving both on construction costs as well as annual operating costs.

    New East Ward & West Ward Elementary Consolidation: $44,000,000

    Construction of a new elementary school on the existing East Ward site to serve grades PK-5 with a capacity of 1,050 students

    New Pershing Park, Sugar Loaf & Partial Bellaire Elementary Consolidation: $51,000,000

    Construction of a new elementary school on the existing Pershing Park site to serve grades PK-5 with a capacity of 1,050 students

  • Renovated Schools:

    These existing campuses are over 50 years old. Additions and renovations will extend their life, make them more efficient and more equitable to the district’s newest campuses.

    Clifton Park Elementary Additions & Renovations & Partial Bellaire Elementary Consolidation: $21,000,000

    Classroom additions to replace portable buildings and accommodate partial Bellaire attendance zone students, as well as major interior and exterior renovations to the existing building

    Killeen High School Additions & Renovations: $75,000,000

    Classroom additions and major interior and exterior renovations including building system replacements, interior finish replacements, site improvements, code compliance upgrades, and programmatic expansions

    Photos of Existing Facilities Proposed for Replacement, Consolidation or Renovation
See map below (Click to enlarge)

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