Clear Creek (Texas) district seeks $183 million bond package

March 2, 2007
Money would pay for a fifth high school and other construction.

Voters in the Clear Creek (Texas) school district will go to the polls May 12 to decide the fate of a $183.13 million bond package. The money would provide funds to build the district's fifth high school, intermediate and elementary campuses next to the fifth high school, and another elementary school. In addition, the money will enable the district to convert two ninth-grade centers into intermediate schools and make numerous other facility upgrades.

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