AUSTIN, Texas — Eanes ISD voters will get to vote on a school bond in May.
The board of trustees formally called an election at their meeting on Tuesday night.
The bond will be split into three propositions:
- Proposition A – $117.773 million for safety improvements & campus modernization
- Proposition B – $2.411 million stadium renovations at Chaparral stadium
- Proposition C – $11.245 million for technology
Altogether, they're worth about $130 million. That election is set for May 6.
Meanwhile, Liberty Hill ISD is putting a $471 million bond issue on the ballot in May as well.
Safety improvements would include things like entry vestibules, intrusion glass coverings and badge access. The bond would also fund more cameras, new radios and offices for school resource officers.
More fencing, cellphone boosters and other safety items would also come as part of the deal.
Leaders say approving this bond wouldn't affect the tax rate.