The Crowley Independent School District has won approval of a $416.8 million bond proposal that will enable the growing district to keep up with its space needs in the coming years.
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Earlier: The Crowley Independent School District is asking voters to approve a $416.8 million bond package. Projects that bond money would finance include construction of a career and technology center, an agricultural science facility, fine arts and athletic facilities, a high school and ninth-grade center, and a middle school. The bonds also would pay for additional elementary and intermediate schools (the number to be determined by enrollment growth).