bond history

Since 1990, Northwest ISD has passed six bond referendums, all with high voter approval. Driven by growth and advancing student learning environments, these bonds have allowed the district to build 16 elementary schools, seven middle schools, two high schools, a performing arts center, a district stadium, along with many additions, renovations and upgrades to its existing campuses.

1990 Bond: $22 million

74 percent approval

  • Three elementary schools
  • One middle school
  • Improvements at other campuses

1996 Bond: $45 million

74 percent approval

  • Three elementary schools
  • Three middle schools
  • Technology

2001 Bond: $162.7 million (Proposition 1)

70 percent approval

  • Elementary school conversions
  • 1,700 elementary school seats
  • 1,150 middle school seats
  • Campus improvements
    and renovations

2001 Bond: $19.5 million (Proposition 2)

67 percent approval

  • Northwest ISD Stadium

 

2005 Bond: $224.5 million

70 percent approval

  • Three elementary schools, plus additions
  •  One middle school, plus additions
  • One high school
  •  School site purchases
  • Technology and campus renovations

2008 Bond: $260 million

72 percent approval

  • Seven elementary schools, plus additions
  • One middle school
  • School site purchases
  • Enhancements for Career Academies and Fine Arts
  • Technology and campus renovations

2012 Bond: $255 million

57 percent approval

  • One middle school
  • One high school
  • Program enhancements
    and classroom space
  • Updates to technology
  • Updates to safety and security
  • Building Additions at existing schools
  • Major building component replacements

Read more about the district’s previous bond work.

2012 Election Recap

 

2012

Bond Election - $255 million

Passed with 57% voter approval

 

2013

Technology - NHS & BNHS Network upgrades, Teacher Laptops,

Administration upgrades


Facilities - Seven Hills Elementary Roof

 

 

2014

Technology - Campus Labs, Teacher Laptops, Wireless & Server upgrades, Storage Upgrades

 

2015

District - Opening of Eaton High School

Technology - Eaton High School, Network Switch equipment


Facilities - District wide Security Camera Upgrade, Medlin Flooring and HVAC & Roof, Chisholm Trail HVAC & Roof, NHS flooring, Pike Flooring

2016

Technology - Student Chromebooks,
Firewall & Security Services


Facilities - Outdoor Learning Center Renovations Complete, Steele AHS HVAC & Roof, Nance Flooring, Hughes Flooring

 

Future:

District - Opening of Middle
School #6 in 2018

 

Early Voting: April 24 – May 2, 2017   Election Day: May 6, 2017  Register to vote by April 6, 2017.