Updated 10:25 p.m.

Unofficial results from the Montgomery County elections office show the three Montgomery ISD bond propositions totaling $326.9 million passing.

Proposition A, which includes a seventh elementary school and 900-student Lake Creek High School expansion among other projects, received 64.39% of votes in support of the proposition.

In addition, Proposition B, which includes funds for athletics renovations, was supported by 57.42% of the vote. Proposition C, which funds new technology devices, passed with 65.23% of votes in support.

“We’re just very very grateful to our community. ... Our community really supports us in amazing ways, and tonight’s just another example of that," Superintendent Heath Morrison said in a phone interview on election night. "We really from the beginning—as we started this journey—wanted to be collaborative, and we wanted to be transparent. And so from the formation of our bond task force, the way we conducted those meetings, the way we made sure all the information was available, to the communication out to the public ... we’ve always wanted people to be informed and aware of what we were doing.”

Morrison said the district will prioritize planning for new campuses and facility upgrades.

“What we have said in terms of the schedule of projects is the ones that are the most pressing is the ones about growth, so elementary [number] seven [and] the addition to Lake Creek High School are things that we’re going to have to get really focused on right away, [and] purchasing new buses for growth," he said.

All results are unofficial until canvassed.

Posted 7:51 p.m.

A $326.9 million bond package on the May 7 ballot in Montgomery ISD includes three propositions asking voters to approve funds for a new elementary school, a high school expansion, centralized career and technical education and agricultural science facilities, athletics renovations, and technology devices.

Early voting results from the Montgomery County elections office show voters supporting Proposition A—totaling $312.986 million for the bulk of facility improvements. Early results from the county show Proposition B, which totals $8.514 million for athletics renovations, and Proposition C, which totals $5.4 million for technology devices, also passing with absentee and early votes counted.

As of early voting results, 65.63% of ballots, or 2,330 votes, were cast in support of Proposition A. For Proposition B, 58.47% of ballots, or 2,053 votes, support the proposition to fund athletics renovations, and 66.06% of voters—2,330 ballots—supported Proposition C funding technology devices.

MISD trustees voted Feb. 15 to place the three propositions on the May ballot.

According to previous reporting, district officials said MISD's overall tax rate would increase less than $0.01 per $100 valuation if all three bond propositions pass May 7. However, this increase does not factor in the statewide propositions also on the May 7 ballot, which would increase the homestead exemption amount for school taxes. As such, district officials said homeowners could see tax savings despite the anticipated MISD tax rate increase, should the statewide propositions pass.

Proposition A includes facility improvements, buses and upgrades to make old and new campuses comparable, Community Impact Newspaper previously reported. Big-ticket items in the proposition include a seventh elementary school, a 900-student expansion to Lake Creek High School, and centralized agricultural science and career and technical education facilities, according to district information.

In addition, athletics renovations called for in Proposition B pertain only to existing facilities, district officials said previously.

A full breakdown of bond projects can be located on the district's website here.

All results are unofficial until canvassed.

Visit communityimpact.com/voter-guide for updated results throughout the night on May 7.