Seguin ISD Facilities Committee members applaud school board for initiating bond election
Posted on 2/15/2019 8:39:00 AM.
(Seguin) -- The community members responsible for recommending the multi-million dollar bond issue now before Seguin ISD voters are sharing their own thoughts and reactions to the school district's official decision to move forward with an election.
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Seguin ISD students invited to take part in free NASA FAMA program
Posted on 2/15/2019 8:36:00 AM.
(Seguin) -- Where will your child be in 10 years? Thanks to a partnership between NASA and Texas State University in San Marcos, preparations are here and now for the next generation of  aerospace scientists, engineers, technologists and technicians.
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Seguin ISD orders May 4 bond election
Posted on 2/14/2019 8:10:00 AM.
(Seguin) -- Seguin ISD voters will soon be headed to the polls to consider approval of a number of facilities improvements district wide. The Seguin ISD Board of Trustees on Tuesday unanimously called for a $64.7 million bond election. The election is slated for Saturday, May 4. The overall price tag includes the six recommended projects forwarded to the school board by members of the Seguin ISD Facilities Committee. Voters will consider all six projects together. That list of projects includes $39 million for the renovation of A.J. Briesemeister Middle School; $17.3 for a new Matador Stadium; $3.9 million for the partial renovation of Jefferson Avenue Elementary; $1.8  million for outdoor ADA accessible playscapes and multi-sensory play areas plus canopies at each Seguin ISD Elementary School; $1 million for the land purchase to replace McQueeney Elementary School and $1.7 million for various campus improvements to including things such as drainage, HVAC, plumbing and furniture.
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Trustees talk May 4 bond election Tuesday night
Posted on 2/12/2019 5:37:00 AM.
(Seguin) -- The Seguin ISD Board of Trustees tonight is expected to officially call for a multi-million dollar bond election to be held on May 4.  The bond package is expected to include $64.7 million in improvements, but it could be as high as $69.7 million if the school board decides to add new baseball and softball fields to the list of projects. 
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School board looks at tax rate data in preparation for possible bond election
Posted on 2/12/2019 5:36:00 AM.
(Seguin) -- With a future bond election in the works, Seguin ISD's financial advisor is providing some insight into the district's financial health and how the multi-million dollar projects would impact taxpayers should the voters say "yes."
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