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BOND 2022 RESULTS

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PROPS A, B & C PASS

Thank you for supporting the Lamar CISD Bond 2022. Our community passed the largest bond referendum in the District's history on November 8, approving Propositions A, B and C at $1,516,623,300.

 

Once sold, these bond funds will be used to build the district’s first CTE Center and provide much needed support for our students and staff through safety and security, buildings, and technology.

 

As the fastest growing district in Texas, Lamar CISD is projected to serve more than 70,000 students during the next decade. Our community's commitment to public education has clearly made Lamar CISD a premier destination for families.

 

Again, thank you for supporting our students and the future of Lamar CISD with your vote of confidence.

View the unofficial election results HERE.

FIVE PROPOSITIONS

The bond proposal will be presented to voters in five separate propositions, A through E.  Every school in Lamar CISD will receive renovations, technology / security improvements, and other priority updates through the duration of this bond.

DRIVEN BY GROWTH

Lamar CISD remains one of the fastest growing districts in Texas. In fact, population survey analysts project more than 65,000 new homes in the district between today and Fall 2031. The projects in this bond will accommodate that growth!

EVERY VOTE MATTERS

We encourage every eligible voter to learn the facts, understand the impact, and make your voice heard. Skip the lines at the polls and vote early from October 24 - November 4. Election day is Tuesday, November 8th.

MINIMAL TAX RATE IMPACT

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BACKGROUND

The Lamar Consolidated Independent School District November 2022 Bond was developed with extensive input from the citizens bond committee. The committee was made of individuals from all parts of the District. The committee, comprised of more than 40 community and business leaders, began working in July 2022 to evaluate the facility needs of the District. During the course of their meetings, they studied various building needs and deficiencies, student enrollment, demographics reports and financial reports before making a final recommendation to the Board of Trustees.