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Tomball ISD voters approve $275 million bond

 

Tomball ISD voters approved a $275 million bond referendum, known as Bond 2017, on Tuesday, November 7.  The unofficial vote was 2,658 for the bond and 927 against.  The votes will become official when the vote tally is canvassed.

 

“I’d like to express my appreciation to the voters for their support of our students and this bond referendum,” said Tomball ISD Superintendent Dr. Martha Salazar-Zamora.  “Bond 2017 will enable us to build new facilities to accommodate growth in Tomball ISD.  We are thankful for the passage of this bond.”    

 

Bond 2017 will address new district facilities, renovations at existing campuses, new technology, and additional school buses.  Over the next five years, Tomball ISD is projected to grow by more than 4,500 students, which will increase the district’s enrollment to over 19,000 students.  Bond 2017 will provide:

 

Two new schools

An elementary school to relieve Wildwood Elementary School

A junior high to relieve Willow Wood Junior High School

 

A classroom expansion project at Tomball Memorial High School

 

New agricultural barn for Tomball High School

 

New swim training facility for Tomball Memorial High School

 

New district football stadium

 

Instructional technology such as laptops, Chromebooks, and document

cameras as well as upgrades in the district technology infrastructure

 

Fine arts auditorium renovations at Tomball High School

 

Renovations to the front elevation of Tomball Intermediate School

 

Turf added to the baseball and softball fields at Tomball High School and Tomball Memorial High School

 

Purchase of land sites in the district and the installation of utilities for property the district already owns

 

Purchase of buses