With the Nov. 3 election less than a month away, The Hub is breaking down how proceeds from the proposed $1.6 billion bond, which is not expected to raise tax rates, would impact each of Dallas ISD’s nine trustee districts.
Please note: All bond projects, project amounts, and program allocations are estimates, and could change in the future. This is a guide to District 7.
Click here for an interactive map detailing the proposed bond projects for District 7.
Proceeds from the proposed bond are anticipated to create a replacement 3-8 school for the Rosemont Upper School campus.
Proceeds from the proposed bond are anticipated to create 24 new classrooms at Moises E. Molina High School.
New educational programs
Proceeds from the proposed bond are anticipated to create an Oak Cliff Transformation School, which would offer a new educational program to students across the district. The program would exist at a repurposed, existing building as a transformation school, which is a new, start-up school with open enrollment. The exact location has not been determined.
Proceeds from the proposed bond are also anticipated to expand programs at L.O. Donald Elementary and George Peabody Elementary by repurposing classrooms to expand prekindergarten.
Proceeds from the proposed bond are anticipated to fund facility improvements at almost every school in District 6. Improvements include windows/doors, roofs, HVAC, and plumbing.
Election Day is Nov. 3
Click here to view the complete list of polling locations, when it becomes available. Early voting is Oct. 19–30. The last day to register to vote is Oct. 5.
For more information, visit http://www.dallasisd.org/bond2015.