The Mansfield ISD Board of Trustees voted to accept the Facilities & Growth Planning Committee’s (FGPC) recommendation to call for a $275 million bond package addressing
district growth, equity, safety and aging infrastructure across the district.
Development of the bond proposal involved an almost two-year, in-depth process of information gathering, research and community input. The district completed a demographic report, a district-wide facilities assessment, educational visioning, and campus and department staff interviews. In July 2016, the Facilities & Growth Planning Committee was formed.
The FGPC, comprised of parents, community members and MISD staff members, met for seven months to study and prioritize the district’s current and long-term facility needs. The committee made its recommendation to the Board of Trustees on January 24, 2017 to call for a bond election. The bond election was officially called on Monday, February 13, 2017.
On May 6, 2017, Mansfield ISD voters resoundingly passed the $275 million bond.
With over 7,700 MISD voters casting ballots, 65.12% voted in favor
of the bond proposition.
Within this section of the website, you'll find additional information on the
planning and background of the May 2017 bond.
Download the bond presentation here.