Caddo Mills ISD Bond Passes

The Caddo Mills ISD $90 million bond passed by a 1,952-1,766 vote.  The primary purpose of the bond proposal is to address student growth.  This includes the building of a new high school.  Also included in the bond package is an update in safety and security on all campuses, the building of inclusive playgrounds at both elementary schools, and renovations throughout the district.

Superintendent of Schools Luke Allison had this to say following the election results:

On behalf of the 2000 kids in Caddo Mills ISD, 300 staff members and the Board of Trustees, I want to express my heartfelt gratitude for supporting our school and passing the bond.  This community is truly special.  Passing the bond is a huge step forward for the growth that we are experiencing.  We all want the best for our kids and by passing this bond, our kids will have it for years to come.  Thank you for placing your trust in myself and the school board.