We are overwhelmed with gratitude as we write to express our sincerest thanks to all members of our incredible school district community. It is with great pleasure that we announce the passage of the 2023 bond referendum. This significant milestone could not have been achieved without the unwavering support and dedication of our community members.
The successful passage of this bond measure will provide our schools with essential funding for a wide range of much-needed projects. This includes crucial facility upgrades, construction of new buildings, enhancements in security and technology, improvement in transportation, and the expansion of extracurricular programs. Your investment in our schools demonstrates your belief in the importance of offering the best possible education to our children.
We extend our deepest gratitude to the Citizen's Advisory Committee, local businesses, community organizations, and all individuals who actively participated in their campaign efforts. Your unified and collective voice made a tremendous impact and paved the way for the successful outcome we celebrate today.
It is vital to acknowledge the incredible effort of our district staff, teachers, and administrators, who have tirelessly worked to provide our students with the best education possible despite challenging circumstances. Your unwavering commitment to our students' success is commendable, and this bond victory is a testament to your dedication and steadfast service.
As we embark on this exciting journey together, let us continue to foster a sense of unity, collaboration, and inclusivity. With your continued support, we are confident that our schools will continue to flourish, nurturing the minds and hearts of our students, preparing them to become future leaders and capable individuals.
Thank you once again for your outstanding commitment to our school district. We are truly grateful for your trust and belief in our mission.
2023 Bond In the News
- Huffman ISD expects enrollment to triple in next decade with 6,000 more students-Houston Chronicle (12/2/2023)