On August 17th, the Marion ISD Board of Trustees voted unanimously to place a bond proposition on the November 8th ballot.  The 2022 Bond Referendum presents voters with a capital program for the current and long-term development of Marion ISD.

GET THE FACTS BEFORE YOU VOTE

Approval of the bond measure would not require the school board to change or increase the current tax rate.

Bond Proposition at a Glance

High School

Safety & Security

  • Entry Vestibule Improvements
  • Site Fencing
  • Door Hardware
  • Video Surveillance

Campus Renovations

  • Cafeteria Renovation
  • New Campus Entry + Parking
  • Renovations to High School to support Art, Dance, Photography, Criminal Justice, Floral, and Core Classrooms
  • Life Skills Classroom
  • Library Renovations

CTE Renovations

  • Welding Lab
  • Ag Mech Lab
  • Construction Tech
  • Culinary Arts Lab

Middle School

  • Entry Vestibule Improvements
  • Site Fencing
  • Door Hardware
  • Video Surveillance

Karrer Elementary

  • Entry Vestibule Improvements
  • Door Hardware
  • Video Surveillance
  • Playground Surfacing Improvements

Krueger Primary

  • Entry Vestibule Improvements
  • Door Hardware
  • Video Surveillance
  • Pavilion Enclosure

COUNTDOWN TO ELECTION DAY

2022/11/08 07:00:00

Frequently Asked Questions

VOTING INFORMATION

Early Voting: October 24-November 4, 2022

Election Day: Tuesday, November 8, 2022 7am-7pm

Harborth

Karl Harborth

MISD Board President

The entire board and myself would like to thank the Bond Committee members for their work this summer to help guide the district in the development of future planning. This bond is essential to meeting our safety and security goals while also providing an educationally rich environment. This bond helps keep the future in mind.

Karl Harborth – Marion ISD Board President

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