Welcome to the one-stop shop for factual information about the May bond election.
Note: As of May 30, 2013, the Administration has revised all campus fact sheets to reflect voter approved propositions from the 2013 Bond Election.
To view the latest campus fact sheets, click here.
Once the board of trustees appoints a bond oversight committee, a new website will be available with actual information on the approved projects.
If you are interested in serving on the 2013 Community Bond Oversight Committee (CBOC), please complete the Standard Membership Application Form. Please note that submitting an application does not guarantee selection for service, but the application will be considered. For more information on district advisory bodies, please click here.
Election Day Updates
Propositions 1 and 3 were approved by voters. Read the district's press release.
Official results can be found on the Travis County Elections Division website.
- 2013 Bond Booklet | English | Spanish | (New)
- 2013 Bond requests by school per proposition (New)
- Fact sheets are now available by school and facility (New)
- Find your school in the new interactive map (New)
- Download FAQ handout on the basics of the bond
- Download a summary of the bond | English | Spanish |
For more information on the community informational sessions, please contact 414-9706.
Request presentation by a district representative
The Department of Communications and Community Engagement is coordinating all requests for presentations to community and parent groups. Email your request to email@example.com. Please include name of group, number of people expected to be in attendance, any specific questions, date, time and location. Please note that the district cannot advocate for or against the bond. We can only provide facts and answer questions about the details of the bond.
Watch new video
Take a look at the new informational video on the May bond. The Department of Communications and Community Engagement is working hard to ensure all communities have factual information about the bond program and the election process.
Click here for Spanish video
Looking for specific information?
Check out the many sections for specific information about the bond. Don't forget to check back soon for more updates.
- Interactive map
- Overview of bond
- Financial implication
- School specific information
- Bond by topic
- Election information
- Sample ballot
- Frequently asked questions
- Contact us
If you would like more information on the proposed 2013 Bond Program, please call 512-414-BOND.