Hays CISD is considering over $213 million in projects to include in a possible May 2020 Bond issuance to be considered by local voters.
The projects are broken into 5 categories including New Construction, Major Maintenance, Transportation, Safety, and Instruction & Technology.
Hays CISD Board of Trustees has appointed 28 citizens to the Facilities and Bond Oversight Committee (FBOC) to help develop recommendations to present the Board.
The recommendation will include if the district should pursue a bond initiative, and what projects to include.
The FBOC will make its final recommendation to the Board on December 2019.
On January 2020 the Board will hold public forums regarding the bond proposal if adopted to move forward.
Jan/Feb 2020 the Board considers ordering bond election for May 2, 2020, by the statutory deadline to do so.
Projects Under Consideration
- Middle School Expansions and Improvements: Wallace MS, Dahlstrom MS, McCormick MS
- New Elementary School in the Sunfield Development
- Elementary School Expansions: Negley, Elm Grove
- Historic Buda Improvements: Demolition and improvements at upper campus
- Historic Buda Improvements: Demo all structures except playgrounds
- Stadium Expansions and Renovations: Increase Capacity to 8,500 seats at JHS and LHS
- Shelton Stadium Parking
- LHS BB/SB Improvements
- HHS Weight Room
- Central Administration Building
- Live Oak Academy Renovation and Expansion
- Campus HVACs and Fire Alarms
- Campus Roofing Projects
- Campus Flooring Projects
- Miscellaneous Maintenance Projects
- Hardscape Improvements
- Athletic Cycle Maintenance
- New Buses
- Keyless Entry Upgrades
- Intercom Upgrades
Instruction & Technology:
- Instructional Technology
- Musical Instrument Purchase
- Unifrom Replacements
- Technology Infrastructure: Storage Area Network
Hays CISD Outstanding Debt Profile
Since 2004, Hays CISD has issued over $628 million in debt and currently has $470 million in debt outstanding.
The largest issuance in the district’s history was in bond series 2017 for a total of $160 million. This included $122 million for the new Johnson High School.
FBOC Committee Members
Below are the citizens appointed to the FBOC Committee.
|Citizen Committee Member:||Appointed by:|
|Chair Person||Tricia Quintero||Trustee Petrea (At-Lg)|
|Secretary||Jennifer Allen||Trustee McManus (At-Lg)|
|Voting Member||Tracy Partin||Trustee Tobias (Dist. 1)|
|Voting Member||Shannon Williams||Trustee Tobias (Dist. 1)|
|Voting Member||Jennifer Price||Trustee Tobias (Dist. 1)|
|Voting Member||Michelle Carey||Trustee Tobias (Dist. 1)|
|Voting Member||Charissa McBee Crossland||Trustee Tenorio (Dist. 2)|
|Voting Member||Yvonne Espinoza||Trustee Tenorio (Dist. 2)|
|Voting Member||Michelle Cohen||Trustee Tenorio (Dist. 2)|
|Voting Member||David Crowell||Trustee Tenorio (Dist. 2)|
|Voting Member||Connor Erickson||Trustee Sanchez (Dist. 3)|
|Voting Member||Diane Hervol||Trustee Sanchez (Dist. 3)|
|Voting Member||Eric Beasley||Trustee Sanchez (Dist. 3)|
|Voting Member||Holly Raymond||Trustee Sanchez (Dist. 3)|
|Voting Member||Lee Urbanovsky||Trustee Keller (Dist. 4)|
|Voting Member||Kim Hilsenbeck||Trustee Keller (Dist. 4)|
|Voting Member||Amanda Fuqua||Trustee Keller (Dist. 4)|
|Voting Member||Geoff Seibel||Trustee Keller (Dist. 4)|
|Voting Member||Jessica Bedwell||Trustee Orosco (Dist. 5)|
|Voting Member||Byron Severance||Trustee Orosco (Dist. 5)|
|Voting Member||Matt Ocker||Trustee Orosco (Dist. 5)|
|Voting Member||Brad Alexander||Trustee Orosco (Dist. 5)|
|Voting Member||Jamie Fulenwider||Trustee McManus (At-Lg)|
|Voting Member||Cale Baese||Trustee McManus (At-Lg)|
|Voting Member||Shane Mericle||Trustee McManus (At-Lg)|
|Voting Member||Carmen Sifuentes||Trustee Petrea (At-Lg)|
|Voting Member||Raul Vela, Jr.||Trustee Petrea (At-Lg)|
|Voting Member||Vincent Lecca||Trustee Petrea (At-Lg)|