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College Station School Board Finalizes November Bond Issue

The College Station school board has finalized its list of what it wants voters to approve in a bond issue this November.

The $135.9 million dollar package includes a third middle school, a third intermediate school, and a 10th elementary school.

Here’s the complete list of projects and projected costs:

• Intermediate School No. 3 — $38.38 million
• Middle School No. 3 — $51.37 million
• Elementary School No. 10 — $24.22 million
• Renovations to Current 5th – 8th Grade Campuses — $3.63 million
• Buses — $1.6 million
• Technology — $5.6 million
• Deferred Maintenance — $5.2 million
• Land Acquisition — $5.9 million

If approved, property owners in CSISD would have a property tax impact of $.06 to $.10 per $100 of valuation for the 2016-17 fiscal year. The exact impact will depend on the terms at the time of the bond sale.

Additional information can be found online at

The bond package was among the topics addressed when CSISD superintendent Clark Ealy appeared on WTAW’s The Infomaniacs Monday, August 19.

Dr. Ealy also discussed school funding legislation and litigation, bilingual education, and district growth rates.

Click below to listen to Superintendent Clark Ealy’s discussion with WTAW’s Scott DeLucia.

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Posted by on Aug 19 2015. Filed under Featured Stories, Interviews.
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