Voters in Channelview ISD approved the school district bond proposition on the May 4 ballot. Preliminary election results from Harris County indicate that 75 percent of voters approved the bond package.
With the passage of the bond election, the district now has authorization for $195.4 million to address growth and program expansions, campus renovations, safety and security, technology, land purchases and buses.
“This is an exciting day for Channelview ISD and the future of our school district,” said Channelview ISD Superintendent Greg Ollis. “I am so thankful for the support from our community members, staff, parents and school board members who took time out of their busy schedules to vote.”
Channelview ISD is grateful for each of the members of the Citizens’ Bond Planning Committee who spent months studying and prioritizing the needs of the District to develop the bond package. These projects will allow Channelview ISD to have the capacity needed for future student growth while providing students with educational and extracurricular opportunities that prepare them to become creative, responsible, patriotic contributing members of society.
Specifically, the bond package includes the following projects:
Replacement school for DeZavala Elementary
Replacement school to combine Cobb Elementary and Schochler Elementary
CHS Growth & Program Expansion:
New Career & Technical Education (CTE) Center Addition
Athletic Additions & Renovations
Driveways & Parking
Safety & Security:
Upgraded controlled entrances at each campus
Security cameras district-wide
Enclosed connection between CHS and Kolarik
Exterior door alarms at CHS
New front entry at CHS
Classroom projector refresh
Specialized technology for Elementary students
Land Purchase for Future School Sites
Additional details about the Channelview ISD May 2019 bond are available on the district’s bond website: www.cvisdbond.org