The Nov. 3 presidential election is attracting record numbers of early voters in Dallas to the polls, but there are local decisions to be made, too, including five Dallas ISD bond propositions totaling $3.7 billion.
No major facility replacements or additions are slated for South Dallas schools in the 2020 bond package, though it does include $41.3 million to build school-community hubs in four high school zones, including South Dallas’ Lincoln High School.
In the middle of early voting, which lasts through this Friday, Oct. 30, the school district released a new data dashboard that tracks costs and construction progress on its $1.6 billion 2015 bond package. The dashboard “provides real-time data on all current and completed bond projects,”
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