Bond 2014 Presentation

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Voters approve $56 million bond referendum by 76 percent  

Dickinson Independent School District voters approved a $56 million bond referendum today with 76 percent for and 24 percent against. A total of 971 votes were cast in the election with 735 for the bond and 236 against. 

"It is a great day for the students of Dickinson ISD," said Superintendent Vicki Mims. "The voters once again came through for our children... Now our work begins." 

The bond project, which was crafted by the district's Citizen's Facility Task Force, includes construction of two new campuses, Elementary #7 and Middle School #3. District administrators will be working closely with architects over the next few months to design the campuses. The district is exploring the option of building a mini-education village concept featuring both an elementary and middle school connected on land the district owns on the west side of I-45 between Calder Road and Cemetery Road.

This will all require approval from the Board of Trustees in the near future before proceeding with construction.  "We would like to send a special thank you to our Dickinson ISD Citizen's Facility Task Force for all their hard work over the past year and their dedication to the students of our school district," said Mims.




The mission of the Dickinson Independent School District is to ensure that all students have safe and successful learning opportunities that help them reach their full potential and add quality throughout their lives. 

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