On Saturday, May 8, 2010, the Alamo Heights ISD community approved a
$44 million bond. With 75% voter approval, the district will be able
to replace, maintain, and expand technology for classrooms, expand the
Music Building at the High School, partner with CPS Energy for solar
energy, reallocate space to increase the number of classrooms and
address the numerous needs listed in the district's bond proposal.
Superintendent of Schools, Dr. Kevin Brown, shared his thanks
and appreciation to the community through the latest edition of
School Views, the district's newsletter. "Our community continues to
amaze me with the support of children and schools and the
understanding that successful schools and healthy communities go
hand-in-hand. The bond funds will help the district address many needs
and continue to maintain and exceed our 100-year tradition of
excellence. Though we face very difficult financial times over the
next few years on the operational side of our budget, the bond will be
a tremendous help. This summer, we will begin planning for the
implementation of this bond."
For detailed information to include a listing of all projects
and information about the potential tax increase, please select one
of the links listed below.