Updated at 9:40 p.m. May 6

All three propositions of the $522 million Hutto ISD bond on the ballot in the May 6 election have passed, according to unofficial vote totals from Williamson County.

“We are just incredibly excited about the outcome and to the Hutto community for coming out to support all three props,” Superintendent Celina Estrada Thomas said. “It will help us support the growth coming to our area and help us keep providing quality educational programming to our kids.”

Posted at 7:46 p.m. May 6

Early voting results for Williamson County show "for" votes leading for all three of Hutto ISD's bond propositions on the May 6 ballot.

Proposition A has 819 "for" votes to 497 "against," Proposition B has 786 "for" to 526 "against" and Proposition C has 775 "for" to 541 "against."

Proposition A—the largest of the three at $471.5 million, would fund several major campus projects including construction of two new elementary schools and expansion of the Ninth Grade Center into a full high school.

At $10.5 million, Proposition B would provide funding for new instructional technology devices, such as classroom computers and audio-video equipment.

Proposition C would provide $40 million for the renovation of the administrative building at 200 College St. into a districtwide academic center with space for several alternative education programs.

Results are unofficial until canvassed. Visit communityimpact.com/voter-guide to see results from all local elections in your community.