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Bond 2022
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Included in the Bond Proposal:


School Safety and Security

Campus perimeter fencing, cameras and monitoring equipment, access control and weapon detection devices. Parking and traffic flow at Barnes Middle School is included in the safety initiative. $15,000,000


Construction of a new McQueeney Elementary School

The current McQueeney Elementary is one of the district’s oldest campuses. Due to the age of the facility, many of the spaces are not in compliance with current TEA recommendations for curriculum and classroom space. The buildings are made up of separate wings that require outdoor access. Due to the shape of the property, the parking and pick up and drop off areas are tight and often cause traffic backups on FM 725. $54,000,000


Additions and renovations at Barnes Middle School

Increased classroom capacity is proposed at Barnes Middle School to keep up with enrollment projections. If approved, additions will be made to a classroom wing, cafeteria, fine arts space and library. $24,300,000


Agricultural Science Facility

Presently, Seguin ISD does not have a facility where current or prospective agriculture program students can house animals for show. The proposed facility would provide space for instruction related to animal care and include pens, shade structure and animal feed storage for ag students. $8,975,000


Transportation Facility Expansion

Seguin ISD encompasses 365 square miles. Eighty-nine buses are driven approximately 2,430 bus route miles on the average school day. As the district grows, the additional space can be used to service and clean the bus fleet. $3,807,000


Baseball and Softball Complex

Matador Baseball plays home games at Smokey Joe Field owned by the City of Seguin near the fairgrounds. A new baseball field on the Seguin High School campus would eliminate the need for players and coaches to travel across town to the City’s field. By pairing a new baseball field with a new softball field at Seguin High School, both sports could share common facilities at the complex, such as the ticket booth, restrooms and concession. $7,500,000


Land Purchase

New property to serve as the future site for a third middle school. $2,000,000


Various campus projects

Roof replacements $9,468,000

Furniture: $7,500,000

Plumbing and HVAC $3,000,000

Buses (18-20) $2,500,000

Technology Infrastructure $450,000