Lake Travis ISD residents will vote on whether to approve about $703 million worth of bonds in November following action taken at the Aug. 17 school board meeting.

The bond includes Propositions A, B and C, which allocate funds for new facilities, district technology and athletic facilities, respectively. Presentations given before the board at the most recent meeting clarified what projects were included in each bond proposition and gave a rundown of how the bonds would impact the district's debt and tax rate.

Proposition A totals $548.1 million and includes the design and construction of Elementary School No. 8 for $50 million, Elementary School No. 9 for $54.7 million and High School No. 2 for $176 million as well as individual improvements for every campus. This measure also includes an agriculture building for $4.9 million, a competition arena for $44 million and several other projects.

Proposition B comes out to $60.79 million and allocates funds to upgrade technology at every existing campus as well as certain technology projects at the new schools. There is also $40.4 million set aside for improving technology in district facilities.

Proposition C adds up to $93.8 million and allots $56.4 million for several high school athletic facilities at the new high school, $34.6 million for improvements at Lake Travis High School, and about $2.7 million for turf improvements and other projects at Lake Travis Middle School and Hudson Bend Middle School.

The last day to register to vote is Oct. 11, and early voting begins Oct. 24 followed by regular voting Nov. 8, according to the Texas secretary of state.

The full presentation from the meeting will be available on the district's website Aug. 18.