2003 Bond Program

On November 4, 2003, close to 60 percent of the voters who went to the polls approved a bond construction program totaling $449 million. The bond proposal included $215 million to build new schools for growth, $20 million for educational technology, and $214 million to improve aging and overcrowded facilities.

Click to view 2003 Bond Program Executive Summary

Funding by Bond Sales = $449,000,000

Bond Interest Earned Revenue Projection = $26,380,723

Total Bond Funding = $475,380,723


Bond Constructed Projects with Major Focus:

  • Growth: Construct 7 New Schools (CT Johnson HS, Harris and Lopez MS, Bulverde Creek, Canyon Ridge, Steubing Ranch and Wilderness Oak ES’s)
  • Land: Purchase 1 Elementary (Cibolo Green) and 1 Middle School (Woodcrest) Site
  • Campus Replacement: Completed the Final Phase of the Roosevelt High School Campus Replacement Project
  • Portable Replacements: Construct 4 Major Classroom Additions (Walzem, Olmos, Colonial Hills and Ridgeview) to Replace 106 Portable Classrooms
  • Facility Additions & Renovations and Campus Support Areas: Constructed Major Facility Additions at 3 High Schools (Churchill, Lee and Madison) to address Academic, Science, Food Service, Special Education & Combination of Admin, Counseling, and Clinic Facility Program Requirements
  • Science Program: Construct New Science Additions at 8 Middle Schools (Bradley, Eisenhower, Garner, Jackson, Krueger, Nimitz, White, and Wood) and 3 High Schools (Churchill, Lee and Madison)
  • Extracurricular Programs:
    • Constructed New Athletic and Fine Arts Facilities at Roosevelt HS
    • Constructed Playground Improvements at 34 Elementary Schools
  • Locker Replacements: Replaced Academic and Athletic Lockers at 8 Middle School Campuses
  • Technology and Library Services:
    • Provided District-wide Technology Upgrades including both Infrastructure (MIS & Technology Services) and Instructional Equipment
    • Expanded Campus Library Reading Collections, Digital Resources, On-Line Media Collections, and Reference Materials District-wide
  • Food Service: Constructed Kitchen Additions & Renovations at 10 District Campuses
  • Roofing Program: Provided Roofing Replacements at 9 District Facilities

For further information, please view the 2003 Executive Summary, Architect Assignments, Budget Report, and Presentations.