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Katy Independent School District

CBAC



The Katy Independent School District will hold a schools bond election on May 1, 2021. The referendum is for a 2021 bond package developed by the Community Bond Advisory Committee (CBAC). The package includes four propositions. The District is currently on a 3 to 4 year campus and facility bond cycle that follows the District’s Long Range Facility Plan for building renovations, repairs and enrollment growth.

The four propositions address the District's immediate capital needs through over 400 campus and facility projects, including five new schools, a transportation facility, major renovations for aging campuses, safety and security improvements, component replacements such as new chillers, roofs and school kitchen equipment, as well as technology upgrades, and other campus projects.

There will be no change to the tax rate with the 2021 Bond.

Important voting dates include:

  • Last Day to Register to Vote: April 1
  • Early Voting: Monday, April 19 to Tuesday, April 27, 2021
  • Election Day:  Saturday, May 1, 2021



Community Bond Advisory Committee (CBAC)

The CBAC completed their work on January 27, 2021.  The Committee's recommended bond package will be presented to the Katy ISD Board of Trustees, for consideration, at a Special Meeting on February 8, 2021.

Thank you CBAC for your time, insight and work!

About Katy ISD's Growth & the CBAC
The Katy area has seen intense growth in the past two decades, largely due to the success of its school district. Families are moving to the District in droves, leading to a projected enrollment of nearly 100,000 students by 2026-- making Katy ISD the fastest growing large school district in Texas, with the majority of this growth taking place in its northwest quadrant. 

Katy ISD Board of Trustees approved the formation of a Community Bond Advisory Committee (CBAC) last January (2020), to assess campus and facility needs, as well as develop a bond package — should the group determine one is needed. 

Committee membership criteria included: current resident living within the District boundaries, availability to attend all meetings, and a commitment to share and present information about the process and outcomes. The Committee was comprised of approximately 100 decision-making members, consisting of parents, business owners, senior citizens, partner institutions, professional and civic organizations, and other community members.  

All CBAC meetings were held on the floor of the District's Merrell Center (LMC), where seating was socially distanced and participants were required to wear facial coverings.

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