Klein ISD Bond 2022: Get an Inside Look at Prop D
By a unanimous vote, the Klein ISD Board of Trustees passed a measure to place a bond referendum comprising four propositions on the upcoming May 7, 2022, ballot.
What does Proposition D include?
Proposition D would provide updated training and competition spaces for student-athletes and students showcasing their talents in the arts that are comparable to those in neighboring districts. It would provide $75.2 million for a new district stadium along with renovations to the 55-year-old Klein Memorial Stadium complex.
Important voting dates
Early voting runs from April 25, 2022, through May 3, 2022. Election Day is being held on the uniform election date of Saturday, May 7, 2022. The last day to register to vote in the May 7, 2022, election is Thursday, April 7, 2022.
Why four propositions?
Klein ISD is complying with changes made in 2019 to the Texas Education Code. It requires school districts to divide bond elections into separate ballot propositions based on what is being financed. Voters will have the opportunity to vote on Propositions A, B, C, and D this election cycle.
No tax impact on 65+
Klein ISD taxes are frozen for homeowners 65 or older who have properly filed with the Harris County Tax Office. Approval of this bond would not result in an increase above the frozen amount.
To learn more about the Klein ISD 2022 Bond, visit Klein ISD’s Bond website at https://www.kleinisdbond.com.
Best Public Schools in Texas
Klein ISD has an established 84-year history of excellence and innovation in education with unique pathways for EVERY student in our care to ensure learners are college, career, military, and life ready. With recognition for STEM, athletics, fine arts, and academics from highly-esteemed organizations, it is clear that Our Shared Vision of every student entering with a promise and exiting with a purpose is a reality for EVERY student who walks through our doors.
About Klein ISD
Klein ISD is a school district in Klein, Texas, located in northwestern Harris County. The district spans approximately 88 square miles and serves more than 53,000 students in 33 elementary schools, 10 intermediate campuses, one high school program of choice, and 5 high schools.
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