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Katy ISD Voters Approve Propositions A and B, Reject Propositions C and D

(KATY ISD) – Unofficial results from the Katy Independent School District’s bond election indicate the approval of Propositions A and B by voters, constituting more than 95 percent of the 2023 Bond Program.

Proposition C was rejected by 51 percent of voters and Proposition D was rejected by 53 percent of voters.


Proposition A provides four new schools, purchase of school sites, 26 renovations and expansions for aging campuses, 84 safety and security upgrades, buses, 62 building component replacements, totaling $722,992,054.


Proposition B provides for districtwide classroom and campus technology, totaling $83,567,360.


Failed Proposition C would have provided districtwide natatorium (competition swimming pools) component replacements, totaling $4,195,456.


Failed Proposition D would have provided districtwide campus athletic facilities and Rhodes Stadium repairs, totaling $29,875,472.


“Yesterday’s election outcomes reflect the trust and confidence Katy ISD voters have placed in our schools. With our community’s overwhelming support of the bulk of the 2023 bond program, we are strategically positioned to deliver continued student improvement in safe and up-to-date learning environments, all while experiencing tremendous growth,” said Dr. Ken Gregorski, Superintendent of Schools. “Our staff and campuses remain steadfast in fulfilling our commitment to Katy students and families. We wish to express our deep gratitude to our community for their support.”


The official canvassing of the election will be conducted in a special called meeting of the Katy ISD Board of Trustees on Monday, Nov. 20, at 1 p.m. The meeting will take place at the Katy ISD Education Support Complex located at 6301 South Stadium Lane.

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