Dallas ISD 2008 Bond Program Recap
Thanks, Dallas for supporting Our Students, Our Future!
It started in 2008 with a dream to provide Dallas ISD students with better places to learn and grow. Thanks to the support of a generous community, we are now delivering on that promise.
Brick by brick, school by school, the $1.35 billion Bond Program approved by voters in 2008 has created 14 attractive, well-equipped new schools and funded renovations or additions to virtually all of the district’s existing schools. Many of our schools now boast technically-sophisticated, innovative learning environments that support a 21st century education for our 159,000 students.
Not by chance, but through extensive planning, preparation and perseverance, this dream is now a reality. The Dallas ISD 2008 Bond Program was accomplished in three phases involving hundreds of professionals that focused on addressing the District’s capital improvement needs. From initial community meetings to design work and construction, to dedications and ribbon-cuttings, the Dallas ISD 2008 Bond Program transformed into a community journey with one goal: to provide first-class schools that will maximize our student’s learning potential and prepare them college and careers Thank you, Dallas! You have empowered our students to dream big.
Read on for a list of accomplishments.
- George Herbert Walker Bush Elementary School
- Ebby Halliday Elementary School
- Kathlyn Joy Gilliam Collegiate Academy
- Wilmer-Hutchins Elementary School
- W.H. Adamson High School (Replacement)
- Adelfa Botello Callejo Elementary School
- Ann Richards Middle School
- Zan Wesley Holmes Jr. Middle School
- Seagoville North Elementary School
- Balch Springs Middle School
- Oran M. Roberts Elementary School (Replacement)
- Thelma Elizabeth Page Richardson Elementary School
- Billy Earl Dade Middle School (Replacement)
2015 - Still in Development