Stone Corral Bond Measure-C

Stone Corral Bond Measure-C

On November 6, 2018, voters residing in the Stone Corral School District passed  a $750,000 bond measure that which authorized funding for needed repairs, upgrades, new construction costs, and technology.




The District intends to complete the following projects, using a combination of funding sources.  It is anticipated that bond proceeds will contribute a majority of the total cost.  Other anticipated sources include state aid matching funds, developer fees and other available funds. The specific school facilities projects to be funded are set forth below:


  • Repairing or replacing leaky roofs
  • Modernizing/renovating outdated classrooms, restrooms and school facilities
  • Replacing outdated heating, ventilation and air-conditioning systems
  • Constructing a multi-purpose room/gymnasium for school and community use
  • Replacing temporary portables with permanent classrooms

 Bond Oversight Committee

After a bond is passed, state requires that the governing board appoint a Citizen’s Oversight Committee.


What they will do:

1.        Review Bylaws

2.        Understand  the purposes of the Bond and Committee

3.        Inform the public about the policy and procedure of the Bond

4.       Review proposed and actual expenditures

5.       Present to the Board an annual written report:

6.       Statement indicating whether the district is in compliance