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  • As the 2014 Bond Program nears completion, Fort Bend ISD students are benefiting from the community’s investment in our schools. Fort Bend ISD has opened four new schools, added classrooms, invested in additional safety measures and upgraded our technology infrastructure, and planning has continued to consider future capital needs and ensure safe and effective learning environments throughout the District.

     

    During its August 13, 2018 meeting, the Fort Bend ISD Board of Trustees unanimously voted to call a November 6 bond election to address capital needs related to new construction, safety and security, renovations to address maintenance and adequacy throughout the District, and transportation and technology. 

     

    The development of the $992.6 million bond referendum follows an extensive Facilities Master Planning process that began in January of 2018 to ensure that the District is providing the best learning environments, valuable opportunities and access to programs in accordance with the Board-adopted Profile of a Graduate. This Facilities Master Planning process helped to identify construction projects and other life-cycle maintenance and adequacy needs essential for the next six years, and led to the development of an updated capital plan. This capital plan also includes additional funding for safety and security, technology, and transportation needs.

     

    The $992.6 million bond referendum will fund the first of a two-phase, six-year plan to address capital needs in the District, which is expected to serve more than 85,000 students by the year 2027. Phase one includes the $992 million bond referendum, followed by a projected $705.2 million bond plan in 2021.

     

    Full news release

       

    2018 Bond Overview Video

     

Important Dates

  • Tuesday, October 9

    Last Day to Register to Vote

     

    Monday, October 22 – Friday, November 2

    Early Voting

     

    Tuesday, November 6

    ELECTION DAY

Additional Bond Information

  • 2018 Bond Projects by Campus

     

    2018 Bond Frequently Asked Questions

     

    Facilities Master Plan

     

    Bond Oversight Committee

     

    Financial Transparency

     

    Bond History

     

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    Kempner High School Auditorium

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    Fort Settlement Middle School Commons

    5440 Elkins Rd., Sugar Land 77479

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    Ridge Point High School Auditorium

    500 Waters Lake Blvd., Missouri City 77459

     

    Clements High School Auditorium

    4200 Elkins Dr., Sugar Land 77479

     

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  • Thursday, October 4

    Hodges Bend Middle School Commons

    16510 Bissonnet, Houston 77083

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  • Wednesday, October 10

    Dulles High School Cafeteria

    550 Dulles Ave., Sugar Land 77478

     

    Travis High School Auditorium

    11111 Harlem Rd., Richmond 77406

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    Bowie Middle School Commons

    700 Plantation Dr., Richmond 77406

     

    Willowridge High School Auditorium

    16301 Chimney Rock, Houston 77053

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    Elkins High School Auditorium

    7007 Knights Court, Missouri City 77459

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