Allen ISD has received the following voting results from Collin County for the November 2021 election: both Proposition A and Proposition B failed to reach voter approval. The voting breakdown for each proposition was:
Proposition A: 40.65% For and 59.35% Against
Proposition B: 40.28% For and 59.72% Against
“While this is certainly not the result the school district was hoping for, I appreciate our community members and AISD staff who took the time to attend our bond presentations and facility tours,” said Dr. Robin Bullock, Allen ISD’s Superintendent of Schools. “Moving forward, the district will have to make tough choices to ensure that our extracurricular facilities remain functional for our students and staff.”
Nearly 8,800 people voted in the Allen ISD elections.
November 2021 Bond
By recommendation from the district’s Project Kids, a facilities planning committee of approximately 60 local citizens and staff members, the Allen ISD Board of Trustees voted unanimously on July 26, 2021 to call a bond election for November 2, 2021.
The bond package totals $23,600,000 and is made up of two propositions. The proposal provides renovations and replacements to aging student facilities in order to accommodate the continued growth in student programs, extracurricular activities, fine arts, and athletic programs.
Tennis Complex Repair and Update
Allen ISD Activity Center Update
Lowery Weight Center Update
Addition of turf field and track at
Ford Middle School
Replacement of end-of-life track at two campuses
Replacement of end-of-life turf at several facilities
If you weren't able to attend a facility tour or presentation, take a look at the video below to learn more about the bond proposal.