CISD Bond 2023

About the Bond

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    The Crowley ISD Board of Trustees has voted unanimously to hold a bond election on May 6, 2023.

    A diverse planning committee of citizens, community leaders, campus staff, students and parents was formed to study and prioritize the current and future needs of Crowley ISD. The 2023 Bond is based on their recommendation.  

    This will be the first bond election held in Crowley ISD since 2007. If approved by voters, the 2023 Bond will fund the construction of new schools, additions and renovations at existing schools, safety enhancements at all campuses and more projects listed below. The total cost of the 2023 Bond is projected at $1,172,472,522 with no tax rate increase.

Crowley ISD students

What's In the Bond?

  • Prop A - $948,240,217

    Five new schools, including three elementary school, one middle school, and a Crowley High School replacement to relieve overcrowding and accommodate for growth

    Safety and security enhancements at all campuses, such as upgrades to perimeter fencing, intruder detection systems, security cameras, and exterior door locking hardware to maintain and improve the security of campuses across the district  

    District-wide facility upgrades at all campuses to include lifecycle replacements and infrastructure improvements (mechanical, electrical, plumbing, flooring and roofing) accessible playgrounds at all elementary schools, fine arts lighting/sound, turf/track replacements, updates to landscaping and exterior finishes and more   

    District-wide facility additions and renovations to include Crowley Ninth Grade Grade Campus, Meadowcreek Elementary, Crowley Middle School, H.F.Stevens Middle School, North Crowley Ninth Grade Campus, North Crowley High School  

    New Crowley Collegiate Academy/P-Tech/Global Prep Facility and Bill R. Johnson Career and Technical Education Renovations would include a new building for the Crowley Collegiate Academy (CCA) and renovations to the Bill R. Johnson CTE Center for additional CTE and P-Tech courses

    Student Support Hub and Family Resource Center to include new building for Crowley Learning Center alternative school, a student support hub and family resource center for adult education classes and family services

    New Satellite Transportation Facility to include satellite parking lot for 100 buses, transportation office and fuel station

    New buses to accommodate growth and new routes to reduce ride times for students

    Technology Infrastructure Improvements to increase the speed, reliability and security of the network that supports modern learning

    Land purchases for future school sites


    Prop B - $95,406,485

    New Inclusive Outdoor Learning Center Designated for Children with Special Needs and Track and Field Complex 


    Prop C - $128,825,820

    New Performing Arts and Innovative Learning Center located in the city of Crowley on the site of the previous Central Administration Building on Peach Street would include a performance hall, dance studio, art studio, history museum and art gallery in lobby; also would include seven classrooms and one engineering lab for Global Prep, P-Tech, and/or business classes and space to consider other innovative learning courses in the future.

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