No Tax Rate Increase Expected

BOND TOTAL = $381.6M

Responds to the commitment made as part of the 2017 Bond Program to develop the vision for a world-class Career and Technical Education (CTE) program and the facility and technology improvements needed to move toward that vision

 

SBISD Board Announces Bond Election
THe PLAN

 

The proposed bond package, if approved, will:

 

Replace the Guthrie Center, SBISD’s central CTE facility 

 

Provide classroom, lab and facility improvements at Guthrie’s Agricultural Science Center (The Ag Farm) 

  

Provide CTE classroom, lab, and facility improvements at four SBISD high schools, six middle schools* and two specialty campuses and provide CTE-related technology equipment 

 

Address identified district facility needs including additional classrooms at Valley Oaks Elementary to meet anticipated capacity challenges

 

Address new building stormwater detention and code requirements put into place after Hurricane Harvey 

 

Fund technology infrastructure improvements that support CTE programming and lifecycle replacements of audio-visual instructional tools and student and teacher devices

 

*Landrum Middle School is not included in this proposal as the newly rebuilt campus included CTE educational
specifications in the building design.

May 7, 2022: Spring Branch ISD voters approve $381.6M Bond

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SBISD offers students 26 Programs of Study in CTE.

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