So the school district will limp along with overcrowded schools, temporary buildings, obsolete facilities and so forth.
http://baytownsun.com/news/article_33dd ... cae8a.html
Volkonski wrote: ↑Wed Apr 18, 2018 4:46 pmWhilst teachers across the country strike for a living wage we are about to vote on a school bond issue. This area is growing very quickly and the school district can't keep up. Currently the district has 23,539 students.
The bond issue is for $437.4 million.
Major projects in the bond issue-
A new junior school
Three new elementary schools
Special education school
Doubling the size of the Career Tech High School
Renovating the stadium and adding a field house to it
Multipurpose performing arts center
And much else besides.
The good news for Mrs. V. and me? We are over 65 so our taxes will not increase. We have both already voted "Yes".