The San Saba ISD Board of Trustees met for a Special Meeting on Tuesday, September 6th at 7:45 a.m. The one item on the agenda was to order a November Bond Election. The Board set the Election for November 8th, for a Bond of $5,900,000.
The total project will be $6,322.750, and the board voted to put $422,750 in local funds to support the project. The project includes new construction of an elementary school, new construction of a two classroom/lab science building, renovation of two current science labs/classrooms in high school to make one TEA compliant lab space, and the renovation of a classroom in the high school for a special education life skills unit.
The difference in this proposition and the one offered in May is that there will be no renovation of the red brick gym for a band hall and there will be renovation of two high school labs to make one full TEA compliant lab rather than a three lab/classroom building that was separate and now renovate a classroom for a life skills unit.
The bond that was offered in May was $7.5 million.
Early voting begins on October 24th.