McNeil High School - Bond 2018
Individual capital renewal and replacement project details can be found on the Bond 2018 project definition sheets.
- Parking lot improvements
- Emergency generator replacement
- Removal of underground storage tanks
- Irrigation replacement
- Replace existing baseball dugouts
- Replacement of gym scoreboards and PA system
- Upgrade door hardware, keys, and locks as needed
- Replace turf field
- Resurface track
- Irrigation controls
- Black Box
- Master Plan Phase 2a – Renovations for Cafeteria, Construction of Science Addition, and Athletic Facility Improvements
- Replace failing fire coiling doors and security gates
- Power factor correction
- Computer Refresh – Student Laptop Cart Devices
- Computer Refresh – Campus and Staff Devices
- Computer Refresh – CTE/Journalism/Language Lab
- Projector Refresh
- Server/Storage Refresh
- UPS Refresh
- Technology Requests for Fine Arts
- Wireless Refresh
- Virtual Desktop Infrastructure Refresh/Expansion
- WAN Fiber Refresh
- Access Control System
- Bus/Fleet Management System
- Campus Radios and Signal Repeaters
- Emergency Notification System
- Emergency Telephone/Intercom
- Intrusion Detection/Burglar Alarm System
- Portables Surveillance Cameras and Panic Buttons
- Staff and Student Badging System
- Two-Way Communication System
- Video Surveillance System
- Visitor Management System
Project costs are available for review on the Bond 2018 Project List
Bond 2018 Projects
Informational presentations To request an informational presentation to be given to your neighborhood group please fill out the request form. Presentations will begin in September and will continue until November 6, 2018.
What are bonds?
A bond is a debt instrument in which an investor loans money to the District. The proceeds from the bond are used to finance capital projects and other long term items. The District repays the principle of the bonds, along with interest, over a period of time. School districts can only sell bonds if authorization is received by voters.
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Bond dollars are not part of the district’s operating budget; they cannot be spent on any initiative or program that not explicitly identified in the bond proposition, such as teacher salaries. Additionally, bond dollars are not subject to recapture. Recapture, or “Robin Hood” is a state law that requires Round Rock ISD to send money to the state each fiscal year out of its operating budget—this year more than $30 million. Bond dollars are $1 for $1 investment in Round Rock ISD; the state can’t take bond dollars as part of recapture.
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Bond 2018 News
Bond 2018 Program: Summer 2019 Update
Board of Trustees approve architect for Elementary #35
Round Rock ISD maintains AAA bond ratings from Moody’s and Fitch
Board of Trustees approve architects for C.D Fulkes, Aquatic Practice Facility
Superintendent's Message: 2018 Bond: What’s next?
Superintendent's Message: Thank you Round Rock ISD community for supporting our schools!
Round Rock ISD voters approve $508.4 million Bond Election
Bond Project Impact: Bond 2018 would continue work on high school Master Plans, address growth and security issues
Bond Project Impact: Safety and Security in Round Rock ISD
VIDEO: Bond Project Impact: Elementary School #35
Bond Project Impact: A New Elementary School Would Address Growth in Round Rock ISD
Bond Project Impact: C.D. Fulkes Middle School Reconstruction
Bond-Splaining: Why is a swim practice facility included in the Bond?
21st Century Learning: Interactive Touch Panels inspire engagement, increase learning
VIDEO: Round Rock ISD: Tax Rate Impact
BOND-splaining: How can a $508.4 million bond have no impact on the tax rate
VIDEO: Round Rock ISD: Bond 2018 Overview
Board calls for $508.4 million Bond Election in November 2018
Citizens Bond Committee delivers recommendation on Bond proposal to Board of Trustees
Citizens Bond Committee mulls over project list for future Bond