Tomball ISD voters approved a $160 million school bond referendum on May 11, 2013. Over the next five years, Tomball ISD is projected to grow by more than 3,700 students. Bond 2013 will provide new district facilities, renovations at existing campuses, new technology, and additional school buses to accommodate future enrollment.
For additional information and to view renderings of the four new schools to be completed under Bond 2013, please click on the links below. Other projects include a second agricultural project barn to be constructed adjacent to the existing facility. Field turf will be added at the District Athletic Stadium and the competition field at Tomball Memorial High School. In addition, the track at the District Athletic Stadium will be renovated. New weight rooms will be constructed at Tomball and Willow Wood Junior High Schools. Also, bus and staff parking will be added to the Transportation Facility with additional space to accommodate drivers.
Renovation and reconstruction projects are planned to be completed at various campuses. Lakewood and Decker Prairie Elementary Schools will receive renovations to the front administration area and the cafeteria/kitchen. Timber Creek and Creekside Forest Elementary Schools will receive minor renovations to accommodate the new K-5 grade configuration for the elementary schools in The Woodlands. Traffic patterns at Northpointe Intermediate and Tomball Junior High Schools will be reviewed with steps taken to relieve traffic congestion. Bond 2013 will also provide for the construction of security vestibules at campuses that do not have them.