McKinney ISD

 

Technology Bond Ballot

McKinney ISD Superintendent, Dr. Rick McDaniel, gives a brief overview of the Technology Bond Ballot.

What is the Technology Bond Ballot?

The Technology Bond Ballot ensures that McKinney ISD will be able to continue our 1:World student laptop initiative and provide a computer for every child in the district. This ballot also provides funding for classroom, STEM and CTE computers.

How will the technology bond impact taxes?

Due to its conservative management of funds and commitment to paying off debt quickly, MISD is able to propose the 2021 school bond while at the same time recommending a $.03 reduction of the overall tax rate, saving approximately $112.27 per average single-family home ($354,159).

What is the 1:World Instructional Technology Initiative?

In 2014, MISD began its 1:World instructional technology initiative that put a laptop in the hands of every MISD high school student beginning with that year’s freshman class. Now fully implemented, the 2021 bond will provide funds to continue issuing a laptop to every student in the district in grades 3 and above and iPads for Pre-K – 2nd grade students.

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