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The 2006 bond committee reviewed District facilities, bond program projects at the time and enrollment projections for the future, and proposed a package to take the District to 52,000 students. The bond program passed in May 2006 and was completed with the opening of Reedy High School and Trent Middle School in August 2015.

School/Instructional Facilities

  • 10 Elementaries (44 total) $174,562,742 (The District opened Newman, Scott, McSpedden, and Hosp elementary schools in 2014, for a total of 37. Growth patterns shifted to the secondary level more than was projected during the planning for the 2006 bond, and the remaining elementary funds were diverted to build the 8th high school and to build additions at the existing high schools (five have been completed) to take them to a 2,100 student capacity. With 300 additional students being accommodated at six high schools, this meets the needs of 1,800 more students - the equivalent of an additional high school.)

  • 6 Middle Schools (14 total) $185,789,963 - Stafford opened in 2008 and Cobb, Hunt and Maus opened in 2010; Vandeventer opened in 2012; and Trent Middle School (the 14th) opened in 2015.

  • 3 High Schools (7 total) $235,734,493 - Heritage High opened in 2009 and Lone Star High (6th) opened in 2010. Independence High School (7th) opened in 2014.

  • Design/Site Work High School #8 $15,000,000 - (see above information) Reedy High School (8th) opened in 2015.

  • Career and Technology Education Center (CATE), Phase 2 $18,500,000 - opened in 2008

  • Ag Science/Manufacturing Facility (CHS) $750,000 (complete)

  • Frisco High/Rogers Elementary renovations/additions $2,500,000 (complete)

  • Acker/Student Opportunity Center upgrades $8,500,000 (complete)

  • Subtotal (includes <2% contingency) $641,337,198

  • Land and Site Development costs $46,000,000

    • 16 sites and development costs for 20 sites

    • (Actually able to purchase 19 sites and also additional land adjacent to two sites.)

  • Total School/Instructional Facilities $687,337,198 (86%)

Instructional and Student Support Services

  • Technology $49,979,000 ($42 million spent/committed by 2015)

  • Maintenance/Renovations/Security/Capital Outlay $22,000,000 ($27 million needed and committed/spent by 2015)

  • Buses $8,683,802 ($11 million actually needed)

  • Total Instructional and Student Support Services $80,662,802 (10%)

Special Programs/Facility Needs

  • Service Center, Phase 4 $2,500,000 (complete)

  • Maintenance Facility $5,000,000 (opened 2008)

  • Support Staff Facility (Special Programs/Child Nutrition) $4,000,000 (Became part of central administration/board complex building)

  • Transportation Facility $8,500,000 (opened 2008)

  • Warehouse Facility $10,000,000 (Utilized for central administration building/board complex)

  • Total Special Programs/Facility Needs $30,000,000 (4%)

Total $798,000,000

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