Conroe ISD Bond

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In the November election, voters approved Proposition A of the 2019 CISD Bond Referendum totaling $653.57 million. Check out the video to see what happens next in the bond process!

In the November election, voters approved Proposition A of the 2019 CISD Bond Referendum totaling $653.57 million. Check out the video to see what happens next in the bond process!

Election Day is today, November 5. Polls are open from 7 AM to 7 PM. Please check https://elections.mctx.org for polling locations.

November 2019 Bond: Election Day - Tuesday, Nov. 5

November 5 is Election Day. Watch the video to learn more!

Week 5 Recap CISD

View information about Prop B included in the Nov. 2019 Bond Referendum in the video below. Learn more at www.conroeisd.net/bond.
https://youtu.be/lFO4WH5Oqzo

November 2019 Bond - Needs of District Support Services Recap

View information about projects related to the needs of District Support Services included in the Nov. 2019 Bond Referendum in the video below. Learn more at www.conroeisd.net/bond.
https://youtu.be/V9KhBnobe50

November 2019 Bond - Safety & Security Recap TWCP Feeder Zone

View information about Safety & Security projects included in the Nov. 2019 Bond Referendum in the video below. Learn more at www.conroeisd.net/bond.
https://youtu.be/v9F19OVd2zQ

November 2019 Bond - Week 2 Recap Oak Ridge HS Feeder Zone

View information about Campus Renovations included in the Nov. 2019 Bond Referendum in the video below. Learn more at www.conroeisd.net/bond.
https://youtu.be/El4KcBUkD6o

November 2019 Bond - New Campuses & Additions Recap Caney Creek Feeder Zone

View information about New Campuses & Additions included in the Nov. 2019 Bond Referendum in the video below. Learn more at www.conroeisd.net/bond.
https://youtu.be/DHHk9pkyF58

Read below for FAQs about the November 2019 Bond Referendum.
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Q. Will the tax rate be going up 18%?

A. No. If voters approve one or both propositions in the November 2019 Bond Referendum, there is no anticipated tax rate increase. Conroe ISD’s tax rate is $1.23, which is $.05 lower than last year’s tax rate of $1.28 due to a number of factors including recent legislation. Therefore, on average, Conroe ISD residents will see a decrease in their tax bill from the District.
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Q. How can the District maintain a low tax rate if they are acquiring more debt?

A. The bond debt, both principal and interest, are paid for by tax revenues generated by the debt service tax rate. This tax rate is currently at $.26 and is not anticipated to increase with the passage of the bond referendum. This is due to being in a very favorable interest rate environment, refunding current bonds to a lower interest rate, paying off on average $50 million of principal per year of current debt, and growth.
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Q: Is Conroe ISD spending over $200 million on fees for architects and engineers?

A. No. Costs associated with the required use of architects and engineers are estimated to be approximately $30.7 million across all projects included in the November 2019 Bond Referendum.
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Q. Is Conroe ISD planning to build a school in a neighborhood with no homes?

A. No. The location of Elementary #48 in the Caney Creek Feeder Zone has not been determined and land has not been purchased. This school is planned to address anticipated growth in the area near San Jacinto Elementary, and, if the school is needed, construction would not begin until 2023. If the growth does not materialize, the school will not be built.
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Q. With the November 2019 Bond Referendum, will the District’s debt be $2 billion?

A. No. Conroe ISD’s current debt is approximately $1.2 billion. If approved by the voters, the bonds will be sold over a period of 5 years. Additionally, Conroe ISD pays off an average of $50 million in debt annually. Therefore, in 5 years, Conroe ISD’s debt is expected to be approximately $1.6 billion.
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Q. Does the November 2019 Bond Referendum contain projects for stage curtains, air soft gun ranges, and wooden dance floors?

A. No. Those items were in the May 2019 Bond, but were removed and are not included in the November 2019 Bond Referendum.
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Q. Are the projects in the November 2019 Bond Referendum based on fake project estimates?

A. All projects included in the bond referendum are estimates based on the knowledge and experience, of staff and other professionals along with market forecasts, and assumptions about inflation over the course of the bond program. When a bond is passed, procurements from bond funds must comply with state procurement laws so the spending of bond funds is regulated.
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Q. Does the bond include administrator salary increases?

A. No. Bond funds cannot be used for salaries or pay increases for employees.
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Q. Is the November 2019 Bond Referendum the same as the May 2019 Bond Referendum?

A. No. The May 2019 Bond Referendum was for $807 million. The November 2019 Bond Referendum is $677.37 million with two propositions. Many items were removed from the May Bond proposal as a result of feedback from the community including the teacher training center, an ag facility, a maintenance facility, Hauke renovations, and the Jett Center. The CISD Board of Trustees also approved the creation of a Capital Maintenance Fund that resulted in the removal of many items that were present in the May Bond Package.
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Without bond funding for new schools, the contingency plan calls for rezoning across high school feeder zones. The contingency plan was presented to the Board of Trustees on August 13. View the plan at www.conroeisd.net/bond.

Did you know that the November 2019 Bond includes 5 new campuses? Get details at www.conroeisd.net/bond.

College Park Feeder Zone - Growth

Learn more about the November 2019 Bond Referendum at www.conroeisd.net/bond.

Did you know that Conroe ISD has 2,200 more students than it did one year ago? Learn more at www.conroeisd.net/bond.

November 2019 Bond: Early Voting

Early voting begins today! Learn more about the November 2019 Bond Referendum at www.conroeisd.net/bond.

Early voting begins Monday, October 21, and ends Friday, November 1. Visit https://elections.mctx.org/ for dates, times and location. Learn more about the November 2019 Bond at www.conroeisd.net/bond.

Did you know that 15,000+ students participate in activities that use fields? Get details at www.conroeisd.net/bond.

November 2019 Bond: Proposition B - Artificial Turf

Learn more about the November 2019 Bond Referendum at www.conroeisd.net/bond.

Did you know that the November 2019 Bond Referendum includes two propositions? Prop B is artificial turf for the District’s high schools. Learn more at www.conroeisd.net/bond.

Buses and technology infrastructure items will be financed for 10 years. Learn more at www.conroeisd.net/bond.

Did you know that the November 2019 Bond includes funds for land for proposed and future school sites? Get details at www.conroeisd.net/bond.

Did you know that only infrastructure items are included in the Technology category in the November 2019 Bond? Get details at www.conroeisd.net/bond.

November 2019 Bond: Prop A - District Support Services' Needs and Land

Learn more about the November 2019 Bond Referendum at www.conroeisd.net/bond.

Did you know that the November 2019 Bond Referendum includes $8.5 M for buses? The average cost of a bus with a/c and seatbelts is $110,000. Learn more at www.conroeisd.net/bond.

A potential targeted hiring freeze is part of the Contingency Plan. View the plan at http://conroeisd.net/bond.

TW College Park Safety & Security Projects

Learn more at www.conroeisd.net/bond.

Did you know that the November 2019 Bond includes enclosing the outdoor band hallway at The Woodlands High School along with safety projects at campuses across The Woodlands Feeder Zone? Get details at www.conroeisd.net/bond.

November 2019 Bond: Prop A - Safety & Security

Learn more about the November 2019 Conroe Independent School District Bond Referendum at www.conroeisd.net/bond.

Did you know that the November 2019 Bond Referendum includes $30 M for safety and security updates across all campuses? Learn more at www.conroeisd.net/bond.

Without bond funding to meet the District’s needs, the contingency plan calls for a staffing decrease and increased class size ratios. The contingency plan was presented to the Board of Trustees on August 13. View the plan at www.conroeisd.net/bond.

Caney Creek Feeder Renovations

Learn more about the November 5th Bond Referendum at www.conroeisd.net/bond.

Did you know that the November 2019 Bond includes a major air conditioning, electrical, and plumbing systems overhaul as well as auditorium improvements for Oak Ridge High School? Get details at www.conroeisd.net/bond.

November 2019 Bond: Prop A - Campus Renovations

Learn more about the November 2019 Conroe Independent School District Bond Referendum at www.conroeisd.net/bond.

Did you know that the Conroe High School Master Plan – Phase 2 will combine 6 separate buildings, reduce the 100+ entrances, and move the entrance off SH 105? Learn more at www.conroeisd.net/bond.

FAQ: Without bond funding for new schools, the contingency plan calls for rezoning across high school feeder zones.

Learn more about the November 2019 Conroe Independent School District Bond Referendum at www.conroeisd.net/bond.

New Campuses & Additions - Grand Oaks Feeder

Learn more about the November 2019 Bond Referendum at www.conroeisd.net/bond.

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Videos (show all)

In the November election, voters approved Proposition A of the 2019 CISD Bond Referendum totaling $653.57 million. Check out the video to see what happens next in the bond process!
November 2019 Bond: Election Day - Tuesday, Nov. 5
College Park Feeder Zone - Growth
November 2019 Bond: Early Voting
November 2019 Bond: Proposition B - Artificial Turf
November 2019 Bond: Prop A - District Support Services' Needs and Land
TW College Park Safety & Security Projects
November 2019 Bond: Prop A - Safety & Security
Caney Creek Feeder Renovations
November 2019 Bond: Prop A - Campus Renovations
New Campuses & Additions - Grand Oaks Feeder
November 2019 Bond: Prop A - New Campuses & Additions

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3205 W. Davis St.
Conroe, TX
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