The Student Activity Facilities Bond
Failed 7,548 to 9,011.
On November 5, voters in Katy ISD will consider a $99 million bond authorization package. The bond package includes construction of an Agricultural Sciences Facility on Katy-Hockley Cutoff Road; a Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (S.T.E.M.) Project Center next to the Miller Career and Technology Center; and a second stadium to the north of Rhodes Stadium that will serve all high schools in Katy ISD.
Agricultural Sciences Center
As enrollment figures continue to climb, there is a direct impact on instructional programs and facilities. Katy ISD has a proud and rich history of FFA excellence, and a history of providing facilities that match student, staff and community commitment. However, the district has outgrown the LD Robinson Pavilion and there is no room for growth or expanded instructional opportunities. Learn more...
Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (S.T.E.M.) Project Center
The S.T.E.M. Project Center is a facility adjacent to the Miller Career and Technology Center that will provide project space for students engaged in current and potential S.T.E.M. courses such as Architectural Design; Biotechnology; Cisco Networking; Civil Engineering; Computer Integrated Manufacturing; Concepts of Engineering and Technology; Construction Technology; and Digital & Interactive Media. Learn more...
Second Stadium-Multipurpose Facility
Six Katy ISD high schools currently participate in varsity football, soccer and marching contests at Rhodes Stadium. With the opening of Tompkins High School, Katy ISD will schedule seven varsity football teams into Rhodes Stadium beginning in August of 2014. Scheduling seven schools in Rhodes Stadium will create several challenges for the district, including compliance with the U.I.L. 5-day rule. Learn more...
Election Day is Tuesday, November 5.
Early voting will be held October 21 – November 1.
Look for Katy ISD's bond election near the end of the ballot.
SAF Bond Ballot Language
Katy I.S.D. PROPOSITION
THE ISSUANCE OF $99,000,000 SCHOOL BUILDING BONDS FOR THE CONSTRUCTION, ACQUISITION AND EQUIPMENT OF SCHOOL BUILDINGS IN THE DISTRICT (INCLUDING THE REHABILITATION, RENOVATION AND IMPROVEMENT THEREOF) AND THE PURCHASE OF THE NECESSARY SITES FOR SCHOOL BUILDINGS, AND THE LEVYING OF THE TAX IN PAYMENT THEREOF.
(Vote for none or one)
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