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Aubrey ISD Voters Approve $385.9 Million Bond Election

Voters in Aubrey ISD approved the District’s bond election, with 67.3 percent of voters in favor of Proposition A,  and 60.13 percent of voters in favor of Proposition B. 

Bond funds will address growth, new facilities, school renovations and additions for extracurriculars. Aubrey ISD Bond 2022

“Thank you to the Aubrey ISD community for supporting this historic bond election,” said Aubrey ISD Superintendent Dr. Belding. “I appreciate everyone who exercised their right to vote and participated in the process. It is wonderful to be part of a community that actively supports our students and staff now and for the future. Our Aubrey ISD Board of Trustees and I take very seriously the trust our community has placed in us by supporting both propositions. We will continue to work to be good financial stewards of the resources our taxpayers have provided.”

“Thank you to all the community groups, city leaders, and citizens who allowed me to present factual information regarding this bond program over the past several weeks. Your time and attention are greatly appreciated.”

The District is expected to grow by more than 2,800 students in the next five years and by more than 8,900 students in the next ten years. Proposition A is for $354 million and is focused on addressing the increase in student enrollment by adding new schools and renovating current facilities. Proposition B is for $31.9 million and addresses additions for extracurriculars.

“On behalf of the Aubrey ISD Board of Trustees, thank you to each and every voter for participating in this process,” said Aubrey ISD School Board President Jim Milacek. “We are proud to be a part of this amazing community and look forward to seeing Aubrey ISD continue to achieve excellence.”

Proposition A included three new elementary schools, a new middle school, classroom additions at the high school, improvements to three schools, renovations to the Administration and Transportation Building and purchasing new land for future school sites. Proposition B included new practice fields, new tennis courts and an indoor multipurpose facility. More information about the proposed projects can be found on the District’s bond website at aubreyisdbond2022.net.

Prior to this, Aubrey ISD had successful bond elections in 2017, 2006, 2002 and 1996.

There is no planned change to the AISD tax rate as a result of the 2022 bond election. The tax rate will remain at its current rate of $1.4603 (per $100 of property valuation).

A summary of Early Voting and Election Day results are shown below.

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