With all Collin County voting centers reporting, McKinney ISD received approval to issue $245 million in bonds for capital improvements and a $30 million technology bond.
More than 62% of voters were in favor of the two bond measures.
The $245 million bond would address a host of capital improvements, from an athletics and fine arts program refresh to a new campus in the growing northern portion of the district, officials said. One of the top items includes a new school in the growing Trinity Falls area.
The funding from the technology bond would allow the district to continue providing a laptop for every MISD student in grades 3-12 and a digital tablet for all learners in second grade and below for the next five years as well as allow for the replacement of old computers, officials said.
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