Prosper (Texas) district asks for $710 million in bonds

Nov. 1, 2007
Growing district needs funds for new facilities.

The Prosper (Texas) district is seeking approval of a $710 million bond request. The money would pay for construction of four elementary schools, a middle school and a high school. It also would pay for additional phases on the existing high school; land acquisition; additional athletic facilities; and technology upgrades.

Click here to read more about the district's bond election.

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