Category: Bond

Bond 2018 Program Update: Fall 2019

Projects from Bond 2018 continue to move forward with many making significant headway during Summer 2019. These projects, and more that will take shape in the next three years,  will impact the entire Round Rock ISD community, which includes more than 50,000 students and 7,000 employees. 

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Bond 2018 Program: Summer 2019 Update

This summer we are moving forward on many projects from Bond 2018 which will impact our community at the campus and District-wide level. The next few months will see a number of projects take shape and we want to be sure our students, parents, staff and community members are informed and up-to-date on this exciting process.

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Bond Project Impact: Safety and Security in Round Rock ISD

Round Rock ISD’s 2018 Bond proposal includes nearly $30 million for upgrades to safety and security districtwide. One of those upgrades would be a video intercom system at each campus which requires every visitor to be granted entry through a locked front door after office staff are able to screen both visually and audibly. The system has been piloted at Westwood High School beginning last spring.

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VIDEO: Bond Project Impact: Elementary School #35

If Round Rock ISD’s proposed Bond passes on Nov. 6., a new elementary school would be built in northeast Round Rock ISD to provide space for a growing student population and relieve crowding at Herrington. Elementary #35 would provide space for about 900 students and is budgeted to cost $48 million, which includes furnishings and technology.

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Bond Project Impact: A New Elementary School Would Address Growth in Round Rock ISD

With more than one thousand elementary school students, afternoon dismissal at Herrington Elementary is always all hands on deck, says Principal Julie Nelson.

If voters approve Round Rock Independent School District’s proposed Bond on Nov. 6, a new elementary school would be built in northeast Round Rock ISD to provide space for a growing student population there and relieve crowding at Herrington. Elementary #35 would provide space for about 900 students and is budgeted to cost $48 million, which includes furnishings and technology

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