Canyon ISD’s bond for nearly $200 million has passed with 68% of the vote. 

According to the CISD, that amounts to about $17.24 per month on the average household in the district, or a couple hundred dollars per year.

That money would be used to build new schools and expand existing ones. 

CISD may see some of these renovations as soon as this summer.

In the next seven years, enrollment is expected to grow by an additional 2,000 students.

CISD’s last bond in 2015 was for an intermediate school that was finished early.

“We were able to fulfill that school and having it being built, and … it came in under budget,” said CISD Superintendent Dr. Darryl Flusche. “It was on time. It was just built this past August. Also with that bond, we were able to put some roofs on our schools that were at the point where they needed to have their roof addressed.”

Dr. Flusche told us although the intermediate school did create space in the fifth and sixth-grade levels, it did not relieve space for the elementary or high schools which this bond is expected to do.