Lubbock ISD has more improvements to look forward to.
On Tuesday, the Board of Trustees approved a bond sale of $27.2 million. It's the last of the bonds from the 2004 bond election. With the money, Superintendent Wayne Havens says the district can complete a number of building projects.
Havens says, "Project we have now will be used to pay for the two new elementary schools, to pay for the addition on the aquatic center and to pay for phase two of the ATC."
According to Havens, these improvements are needed to accommodate all of the students changing schools due to grade reconfiguration.
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