AHISD Bond 2017

AHISD Bond 2017
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BASICS OF THE BOND

The Alamo Heights Independent School District Board of Trustees has called for a $135 million bond issue election to be held on Saturday, May 6, 2017.

Early voting is April 24 to May 2, 2017.

For more detailed information: Basics of the Bond Flyer 2017
To watch a video presentation:  AHISD Bond Presentation 2017
To download the PowerPoint:  AHISD Bond Presentation 2017
 

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  • Every penny of bond revenue stays in the district (No "Robinhood"/Recapture)
  • Seniors age 65+ generally have frozen school taxes
  • Estimated debt service tax rate implication:  5.5 cents per $100 valuation
  • Total amount:  $135 Million
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    Public Informational Meetings
    Alamo Heights High School Black Box Theater
    Tuesday, April 4 - 7-8 PM

    CAMPUS HIGHLIGHTS:

    Alamo Heights High School
    • Large multipurpose facility, including rocketry, STEM, maker space, classrooms, art, athletics (two gyms), dance studio, and JROTC
    • New Cafeteria, Culinary Arts classroom facility
    • Renovate home-side of stadium, locker rooms, new soccer field, softball dressing facility
    • Add approximately 50 parking spaces
    Alamo Heights Junior School
    • Construct new building for STEM, including 12 Classrooms, 3 Labs
    • Renovate Restrooms and Kitchen
    Woodridge Elementary
    • New Fine Arts Building, includes 6 Classrooms
    • Replace South Gym
    • Replace One Playground
    Cambridge Elementary
    • New Fine Arts Building, includes 6 Classrooms
    • Move Playground onto the campus
    • Install synthetic turf on field
    • Add approximately 54 parking spaces
    Howard Early Childhood Center
    • Renovate classrooms, new furniture
    • Kitchen, Dining Improvements
    • Security, site drainage, landscape
    Robbins Academy
    • Construct new regulation natatorium
    • Create outdoor area for Physical Education
    • Renovate Family Room

    DISTRICT HIGHLIGHTS:
    • All classrooms remodeled district-wide to include new furniture, flooring and technology
    • Replace, maintain and expand technology, infrastructure
    • New library books, uniforms and instruments
    • Resurface Tennis Courts
    • Site Drainage and drought-resistant landscaping
    • Improve security, fencing, lighting
    • New Buses, Maintenance Trucks, Equipment
    • New Roofing, HVAC
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