Mansfield ISD puts $777 bond on ballot

January 28, 2024
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By Amanda Rogers

Mansfield Record

The Mansfield ISD school board voted unanimously in a called board meeting Friday morning to place a $777 million bond package on the May 4 ballot.

The $777 million bond will result in no tax rate increase, according to the district. The current total Mansfield ISD tax rate is the lowest it’s been since 1992 at $1.1492 per $100 of property value.

The bond includes five propositions that touch every campus and facility in the district. Proposition A includes equipment and renovations of school facilities. Proposition B is for instructional technology. Proposition C is for stadium renovations. Proposition D is for student program facilities. Proposition E is for Phase 3 of the Multipurpose Athletic Complexes. The propositions add up to $777 million.

Informational sessions about the bond are planned, according to the district.

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