Skip To Main Content

History of Bond Elections

 

Sheldon ISD is thankful for a community who has historically supported its initiatives and goals.

Results from the November 2022 election show the Sheldon ISD community has voted in favor of the two propositions for the bond referendum. There were more than 5,900 residents who voted in this election. 

“I sincerely appreciate the support we have received from our community,” said Superintendent Dr. King Davis. “More importantly, I’m thankful to the voters for taking time to go to the polls and making your voices heard.”


The passing of the two propositions will allow Sheldon ISD to continue to support the enrollment growth seen annually with a new 9th and 10th Grade Campus as well as expand Null Middle School and Cravens Early Childhood. Additionally, there will be district-wide facility sustainments and improvements, upgrades to safety and security, new buses purchased with GPS tracking systems and upgrades to classroom technology. The full bond package details can be viewed at www.sheldonisd.com/bond2022/.


“Thank you to our community for your trust in Sheldon ISD to provide a safe space and educational resources for our students,” said Dr. Davis.

Funds from bond elections are used to build schools, purchase land for future facilities, upgrade technology, and renovate current schools and buildings. 

 

Sheldon ISD Bond Election History

2022 $247.7 million
2016 $285 million
2006 $98.7 million
2000 $97 million
1998 $23.5 million