Frisco Independent School District remains one of the fastest growing school districts in Texas and the nation - a fact that requires both long and short-term planning and responsible management of time, money and resources.
In May 2014, Frisco ISD voters approved a $775 million bond referendum to provide educational facilities for up to 66,000 students. The package included funding for new schools, additions and land purchases, instructional and student support needs, and renovations to support facilities.
The District takes its responsibility as stewards of taxpayer dollars very seriously and will continue to spend bond funds wisely to maintain the quality educational experience that residents have come to expect of FISD. This page aims to give residents a transparent look at the progress of the 2014 bond program.