The district will begin work on several major construction projects in 2023 that were included in the $775 million bond approved by voters in May.

The bond, which was approved by roughly 64% of voters, includes the construction of Middle School No. 11 as well as renovations at Humble High School and classroom additions at Summerwood Elementary School and Summer Creek High School, HISD officials said.

The bond also funds replacement campuses for Ross Sterling Middle School and Foster Elementary School, a new campus for the district’s Mosaic Program, and new outdoor play and fitness equipment.

Additional construction projects included in the bond are second practice gyms at five middle schools, dance classrooms for each middle school and various building maintenance projects, officials said.

Officials noted all of the projects included in the 2022 bond should be complete by 2029.

In October, the district completed the first of 30 new districtwide playscapes at Woodland Hills Elementary. Additionally, officials said the installation of turf on Kingwood and Atascocita high schools’ baseball and softball fields has also been completed.

Construction on several major projects is set to begin in 2023, including the construction of Middle School No. 11, which officials project to be completed by either the 2025-26 or 2026-27 school year.

Officials noted classroom additions to Summer Creek High School, the second phase of renovations for Humble High School and the installation of turf on Summer Creek and Kingwood Park high schools’ baseball and softball fields are scheduled to begin construction in 2023.