• January 26, 2022

Tags : yisd bond election

ELECTION DAY Closer Look: Ysleta ISD highlights need for $430.5m

As the Ysleta Independent School District (YISD) celebrates their centennial, cracked exterior walls, sinking foundations, outdated classrooms and past construction woes are just a few of the issues administrators want to address through a $430.5 million bond election in just a few weeks. On November 3rd, voters will determine whether an increase in their property tax rate, […]Read More

ELECTION DAY Editorial: Why Ysleta ISD needs $430m bond

As voters in the Ysleta Independent School District prepare to head to the polls to cast their ballots in the November election, I’d like to take this opportunity to focus on the motivation behind YISD’s proposed $430.5 million bond referendum. Contrary to what some may believe, the proposed YISD bond is not a “second bite […]Read More

Ysleta ISD informational meetings on bond elections begin tonight

The Ysleta Independent School District will host a series of meetings beginning tonight, to inform the community about the $430.5 million 2015 YISD Bond before voters on the Nov. 3 ballot. Also on the Election Day ballot is Proposition 1, a proposed state constitutional amendment that would provide significant tax relief for all Texas homeowners […]Read More