Sherman ISD Bond
Sherman ISD voters passed the proposed $176 million Sherman ISD 2017 Bond package Nov. 7 with 58 percent voting for the measure. The bond package will address overcrowding issues, accommodate increased enrollment, provide modern learning spaces, and improve technology infrastructure and access for all students.
The bond calls for
- Building a new Sherman High School on a new site
- Upgrading district-wide technology infrastructure
- Converting the current Sherman HS to a second middle school and upgrading the HVAC/Energy management system, and
- Reconfiguring grade levels at middle and elementary levels.
The plan was developed by the Sherman ISD Citizens Advisory Committee, a group of more than 70 community members from across the district, including parents, community and business leaders, and staff members.