Voters in Hallsville have approved a $55 million bond that the district says will be used for a number of projects at multiple campuses.
According to the district, the bond will fund improvements to New West Elementary School and the junior high school.
Money from the bond will also go into building a new auditorium for the high school.
Among the district wide improvements are roof repairs, school buses and upgrades to the athletic field house.
The district released the following statement on their Facebook page:
After a tremendous amount of hard work, planning and communication effort, we are very excited about the bond proposal passing and the future of HISD. During this process we have learned alot from our community and listened very attentively and respectfully. We sincerely appreciate their voices, opinions and feedback during this process. We look forward to getting this work underway as we prepare for the future of our district.
I want to thank our school board for their support, integrity, hard work and transparency during this process. This is a good day for Hallsville ISD and a great day for our students!!! We will never stop pursuing excellence for our students and we will always remain faithful to doing the right thing for this district and these kids. I also want to thank the entire Hallsville community for remaining passionate, engaged and supportive of this amazing school district. We are all truly blessed to have such a wonderful place to live and educate our children.