The $481.13 million Dripping Springs ISD bond, separated into three propositions, failed to gain significant support from voters in the Nov. 8 election.
Proposition A, which has 48.3% of the votes for and 51.7% against, would dedicate $199.28 million toward the construction of the district's sixth elementary school, an expansion of Sycamore Springs Middle School, designs for a future elementary school and middle school, and renovations to existing schools. Campus security upgrades and new buses would also be covered.
Proposition B, which has 46.2% of the votes for and 53.8% against, would dedicate $275.35 million toward a second high school for the district.
Proposition C, which has 46.45% of the votes for and 53.55% against, would dedicate $6.5 million toward technology upgrades, including student devices and interactive panels.
According to officials with the district, if the bond is passed, there would be no tax rate increase to repay the bond.
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