Under the $59.5 million school bond, the bond payoff will be 20 years.
After the $125 million WFISD school bond failed by a landslide last year. This year's $59.5 million school bond passed with over 59%.
Wichita County Democrats host an informational session to discuss the WFISD bond.
After nearly three fourths of voters did not support a $125 million school bond last year, WFISD is trying again in the May 9th election.
It's the last day to register to vote in next month's local elections!
The Wichita Falls ISD has launched a website to explain the new school bond proposal.
WFISD organized a series of five sessions for residents to voice their opinions about a potential new career and technical education center.
After a year, a 15-million dollar renovation and upgrade process is complete.
Archer City ISD will discuss a possible school bond Tuesday night at 6pm in Archer City.
After their school bond proposal passed earlier this month, Electra ISD leaders are taking the first steps in putting that plan into action.
Early voting for the May 10th election ended yesterday and thousands of Texoma voters exercised their constitutional.
When it comes to educating students safety is becoming more and more a priority.
A special session Tuesday afternoon got Wichita Falls school board members one step closer to voting on a bond proposal for the May election.
The beginnings of a school bond is drafted at the WFISD school board work session.