Sheldon ISD Construction Overview
Check out our facilities showcase thanks to your support from the 2016 Bond.
In May 2016, Sheldon ISD voters approved a $285 million bond proposal to support the district's enrollment growth - the first bond called since 2006. The planning for the bond included a multi-year analysis process with demographic studies, district-wide facility assessments, financial analysis, tax impact scenarios, and community input. Roughly 81% of the approved bond funds addressed student enrollment growth.
As a result of the election, Sheldon ISD was able to build a new C.E. King High School (opened in February 2020), Sheldon Lake Elementary School (opened in August 2019), Panther Stadium (opened in August 2019), and a public health facility in partnership with Harris County Public Health (project beginning early 2021), as well as provide renovations and upgrades to facilities, technology, and security. Projects from the 2016 bond election are roughly 88% complete.
Sheldon ISD is a fast-growth school district which means it sees student enrollment growth of more than 10% over the last five years. In 2015, Sheldon has approximately 8,500 students, and started the 2020-21 school year with 10,280. Demographic studies project Sheldon ISD can expect to have student enrollment of more than 11,000 by 2023.
Sheldon ISD is excited to share our projects that our community made possible. This web page will provide construction news, photos, and more.