2017 Bond Projects

Projects in the bond were developed by the Long-Range Facilities Planning Committee comprised  of  a diverse group of parents and community members. They met over the course of four months to prioritize needs of the District. District officials feel it’s important to have community input and maintain its transparency through the entire bond process – from planning, to the election, and through oversight of the work. Little Elm ISD is forming a Bond Oversight Committee of parents and community members to oversee the District’s work on the projects.


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Proposition A Addresses These Areas:

Growth and School Renovations


• New Middle School – Purchase Land & Build District's Second Middle School

• Replacement School for Lakeside Middle School

• Purchase Land and Buses for Future Use

• Renovate Prestwick and Powell for K-5 Instruction

• Reimburse District’s General Operation Fund for Capital Outlay Expenditures


Safety and Infrastructure Updates at Existing Campuses


• Safety and Security Upgrades

• Fiber Network and Data Room Upgrades

• HVAC and Roofing Replacements

• Site and Masonry Improvement Projects


Extracurricular and Career & Technical Education Facilities



• Career & Technical Education Facilities at LEHS

  • Expand welding shop
  • Add school store
  • Engineering lab
  • Health Science lab

• New Multipurpose Facility at LEHS to Serve Extracurricular Programs

  • Indoor facility to be used by all Little Elm ISD athletic programs,
    band, dance, cheer, etc.
  • Facility will be available for community use

• New Baseball and Softball Facilities

  • Create new fields, bleachers, press box, concessions, locker rooms, and restrooms

• Renovations to Athletic Areas at LEHS

  • Renovate tennis courts
  • Renovate locker rooms

• Improvements to Little Elm ISD Athletic Complex

  • Resurface track, replace turf, upgrade shot put areas, update scoreboards, etc.


Proposition B Refunds Existing Debt:

The General Fund Maintenance Tax Notes would be refunded up to $4.5 million out of 2017 bond funds. By refinancing Maintenance Tax Notes, Little Elm ISD’s general operating debt expenditures will decrease by approximately $340,000 per year and such amount would be available for general operating expenditures.