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    November 6, 2018


    Voters approve BISD’s $252.8 million bond package

    Today, Birdville Independent School District voters approved a $252.8 million bond package. Superintendent Dr. Darrell G. Brown praised the efforts of the Citizen’s Bond Committee, the Birdville Backers, BISD staff and community. “These groups spent countless hours working to educate the community about the bond proposal,” said Brown. “Thank you for your support of the children.”

    Voters approved:

    Safety & Security

    • Security Vestibules
    • Intercom Systems on All Campuses


    • Haltom Middle School
    • Richland Middle School
    • Smithfield Elementary School
    • Cheney/Richland Elementary Schools (Partner School)


    • Smithfield Middle School (Gym/Emergency Storm Shelter, Locker Rooms, Restrooms)
    • Haltom High School (Classroom Enhancements/Auditorium Renovations)
    • HVAC and Roofing Replacements
    • Theater Lighting Upgrades at High Schools


    • Additional Student/Classroom Technology
    • Teacher/Staff Technology
    • Network Operations/Disaster Recovery Servers and Equipment


    With 56 of 69 precincts reporting, 34,691 total voters turned out with 25,329 voting For and 9,362 voting Against the bond package.

    With the passage of this bond, the board of trustees has put into place plans for a Citizen’s Bond Oversight Committee. This Committee will monitor the progress of the work to assure consistency with the bond program approved by voters. At least four times a year, the Committee will report on the progress to trustees. In addition to the report to trustees, monthly reports will be available for review on the District’s website.