Spring ISD is chipping away at its list of 2022 bond projects, with several being recently completed and others slated to begin soon, according to a Sept. 13 news release from the district.
The details

“Although we have many large-scale projects coming, we are currently working on safety and security upgrades, technology improvements, maintenance projects and design improvements at campuses across SISD as well,” said Mark Miranda, SISD chief of district operations, via the news release.

Recently completed bond projects include the following:What’s next

Bond projects that are next on the list for SISD officials include the following:In case you missed it

SISD's $850 million bond package was approved by voters during the Nov. 8 election and comprises three propositions:
  • Proposition A allocates $681 million to fund campus improvements, including rebuilding Spring High School and renovating Westfield High School along with Reynolds and Jenkins elementary schools.
  • Proposition B slates $141 million for the construction of an Education Performance and Instructional Center, which will be used for district events, such as graduation and convocation; academic, athletic and performing arts events; University Interscholastic League competitions; and expos.
  • Proposition C funds $28 million in districtwide technology upgrades, such as replacing teacher laptops, adding laptop charging stations to classrooms, upgrading computer labs, enhancing districtwide cybersecurity and updating the district’s telephone system.
For more information on SISD’s 2022 bond, click here.