Unofficial final Election Day results from the Travis County clerk Nov. 8 show Lake Travis ISD's Proposition A for district facilities and Proposition B for technology were approved by voters, while Proposition C for athletic facilities did not pass. Since Proposition C did not pass, the district said it would have to reconvene its long-range facilities planning committee to reassess how bond funds are used.
Totaling $548.41 million, Proposition A will fund building upgrades for each campus and new facilities, including two new elementary schools and a second high school. The proposal also includes funding for a competition arena at the high school.
Final voting totals on Election Day showed Proposition A received 52.84% approval with 15,354 votes and 47.16% against with 13,704 votes.
Proposition B totals $60.79 million and will fund major technology improvements districtwide. This includes staff and student devices; classroom and campus audio-video equipment; telecommunications; and upgrades to cabling, cameras and more at new and existing campuses.
Unofficial final results from voting on Election Day show Proposition B received 52.18% approval with 15,130 votes and 47.82% against with 13,866 votes.
Proposition C would have funded major athletic improvements in the district totaling $93.8 million. The measure would have funded athletic facilities at the new high school, improvements to Lake Travis High School facilities, and turf improvements for Hudson Bend and Lake Travis Middle School.
Unofficial final Election Day results for Proposition C failed to pass, with 63.37% or 18,352 votes against the measure and 36.63% or 10,607 votes for the measure.