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Bond 2023

Conroe ISD

On Tuesday, November 7th, the Conroe ISD community voted to approve props A, B, and C in Bond 2023. View election results posted in accordance with TEC, Section 65.016(b) here.pdf

  • Prop A $1.82 B - PASSED

    61.08% – FOR
    38.92% – AGAINST

  • Prop B $40 M - PASSED

    58.34% – FOR
    41.66% – AGAINST

  • Prop C $112.9 M - PASSED

    58.75% – FOR
    41.25% – AGAINST

  • Prop D $22.9 M - FAILED

    49.24% – FOR
    50.76% – AGAINST

At their Special Board Meeting on August 1, 2023, the Conroe ISD Board of Trustees unanimously voted to put four propositions on the November 7th ballot for a bond referendum. The projects comprising Bond 2023 were identified by a Bond Planning Committee comprised of 148 community members, parents, students, business owners, and employees. Learn about their work here.

Early Voting Began October 23!

Early Voting Began October 23!

Voting Information

  • Last Day to Register to Vote:
    • Tuesday, October 10th
  • Early Voting:
    • Monday, October 23 – Friday, November 3
  • Election Day:
    • Tuesday, November 7th

Visit elections.mctx.org/

Informational Public Presentations

  • Tuesday, September 26, at 6 PM at Incredible Pizza in Conroe
  • Wednesday, September 27, at 6 PM at The Woodlands Township
  • Thursday, September 28, at 9:30 AM at the Conroe City Council Meeting
  • Monday, October 2, at 6 PM at Grand Oaks High School
  • Wednesday, October 25, at 7 PM at the Shenandoah City Council Meeting

  • Informational Townhalls
    • Saturday, October 21, at 11 AM at the Jett Center
    • Monday, October 23, at 10 AM at the Jett Center
    • Monday, October 23, at Noon at the Jett Center
  • Information Table
    • Saturday, October 14, from 9 AM – 1PM at Woodlands Farmer’s Market at Grogan’s Mill

Demographic Information

For over a decade, Conroe ISD grew by an average of 1,500 students a year. For the last two years, Conroe ISD has grown by 3,000 students each year. In their 2022 study, Population & Survey Analysts (PASA) predicts the District will grow to nearly 100,000 students by 2032.

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