Updated 11:26 a.m. May 7

With Dallas County election results still unofficial, the vote for the Coppell ISD proposed multimillion dollar bond is still favoring towards passing.

A reported 59% are in favor of the bond, or 14,577 votes. 41% are against, or 10,129 votes.

Updated 11:41 p.m. May 6

Results show Coppell ISD voters remain in favor of the bond. Of the 24,698 votes cast, 59.01% of voters support the bond while 40.99% are against the bond, with 10,123 votes.

Posted 8:20 p.m. May 6

Early voting results show Coppell ISD voters support the district’s proposed multimillion dollar bond.

Four propositions ranging from $2.93 million to $269.5 million are on the ballot. Voters have been asked to vote for or against each of the four propositions. Of the 16,367 votes cast, 60.81% of voters are in favor of the bond.

If approved, the bond will address renovations at all CISD campuses, safety and security investments throughout the district, improvements to Coppell High School’s tennis center, technology upgrades and more.
  • Proposition A, which is $269.58 million, will address priority condition improvements at all CISD campuses. New playgrounds and playground shading would be built at 10 elementary schools. Nine of the 11 elementary schools would receive an interior refresh, which includes new flooring and painting. The proposition also includes safety and security features at all schools and buildings. A portion of the safety and security budget would go toward new door hardware and locks for all classrooms, which would enable teachers to lock doors from the inside.
  • Proposition B, which is $39.47 million, includes upgrades to district technology and life cycle replacements of student and staff devices. Campuses would also receive Wi-Fi improvements and audiovisual upgrades and replacements.
  • Proposition C is $2.93 million and focuses on Buddy Echols Field at Coppell High School. The facility would receive turf and track life cycle replacements and seat backs for spectators.
  • Proposition D is $9.52 million and targets life cycle turf replacement for Coppell High School’s field house. The tennis center would also receive improvements and a locker room expansion.
The last CISD bond passed in 2016, with the goal of that $249 million package to address the district’s rapid growth—achieved by building three new campuses and expanding existing ones. The 2023 bond targets improvements to CISD’s aging facilities, as 43% of the schools are over 30 years old, according to district data.

This story will be updated. Visit communityimpact.com/voter-guide to see results from all local elections. Results are unofficial until canvassed.