New Braunfels ISD Bond 2018


Frequently Asked Questions

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  • A bond is similar to a home mortgage. It is a contract to repay borrowed money with an interest rate over time. Bonds are sold by a school district to competing lenders to raise funds to pay for the costs of construction, renovations and equipment. The district does not receive funding from the state for construction of new school buildings or facility improvements.
  • Bond money may be used for new schools and facilities, expansion and renovations of existing facilities, furniture, technology, equipment, busses and new school sites.
  • Yes. Bond money can only be used for capital improvements and related costs. It may not be used for employee salaries, utilities, and other such operating expenses.
  • The New Braunfels Independent School District believes education is a joint partnership with the community. In September of 2016, the NBISD Board of Trustees opened online applications for members of the committee to include NBISD employees, NBISD students, NBISD parents/guardians and residents of NBISD. In January of 2017, the NBISD Facility Planning Committee began meeting monthly to develop a comprehensive plan for current and future facilities.

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