In November 2018, Frisco ISD voters approved a $691 million bond package to provide funding to build four new schools and maintain and repair existing facilities. Funds will also provide additional resources for classroom technology and school security, as well as additional student opportunities in academics, fine arts and athletics. The bond program is intended to take the District through 72,000 students or the end of the 2025-26 school year.
The bond program was developed in spring and summer 2018 by the Facilities & Programs Evaluation Committee, an advisory group of FISD community members, parents, students and staff. Included projects were studied and recommended by the committee, which evaluated student enrollment projections, school building capacities and potential facility and maintenance projects. The committee’s work was the continuation of a two-year effort to engage the community in the District’s planning and decision-making process. The bond program received the support of 61 percent of voters.