The Fort Worth school district's $490 million bond package is comprised of three propositions. The map below examines Proposition 1, which accounts for $386.6 million* of the total bond package. See the anticipated projects and costs included in Prop 1 by exploring the map below. Voters will decide on each of the proposals on Nov. 5.
*Listed costs are anticipated and could change if approved.
Free districtwide prekindergarten to put Fort Worth's children on a path to success, new classrooms to ease overcrowding, and high-tech devices to help students excel in the digital age are the foundation of this $386.6 million proposition.
A Performing & Fine Arts Academy and an academy that focuses on science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) make up Proposition 2, an estimated $73.3 million measure.
Most of the $30 million in Proposition 3 will be used to replace aging buses. Funds are also included to maintain buses, repair vehicles, and replace student desks, band uniforms and musical instruments.