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Conroe ISD to Hold First Bond Planning Committee Meeting

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CONROE, TX – Conroe ISD has formed a Bond Planning Committee to evaluate the rapidly growing District’s facility and capital improvement needs in preparation for a potential 2023 bond proposal on the November 7 ballot.

The 160-member Bond Planning Committee, which includes 32 Board appointees and, for the first time, six students, was approved at the Jan. 17 Board Meeting and will convene on Thursday, Feb. 2. Ten additional meetings will be held, with the final meeting on Monday, July 17. Topics for the committee to consider include, but are not limited to, student safety, new construction, transportation, infrastructure and technology.

“We are excited for this group to get started on this process and to work together in producing a plan that benefits our entire community,” Superintendent Dr. Curtis Null said. “These 160 individuals represent a large cross-section of our district, with balance across each of our six feeder zones, as well as different age groups, business owners, and residents.”




Conroe ISD, which currently serves 71,000 students and has experienced more than 10% enrollment growth over the last two years, is projected to grow to nearly 100,000 students over the next 10 years, according to Population and Survey Analysts’ (PASA) 2022 Demographic Study. PASA also provided a higher growth scenario indicating the District could grow to as many as 120,000 students over the same period. 

For more information on the Bond Planning Committee, visit

Bond Planning Committee Meetings

Thursday, February 2                          Thursday, March 30

Wednesday, February 8                      Tuesday, April 11

Wednesday, February 22                    Tuesday, April 25

Thursday, March 2                              Thursday, May 11

Thursday, March 9                              Monday, July 17

Thursday, March 23

Established in 1892, Conroe ISD is a 348-square-mile school district that is geographically diverse and includes The Woodlands, Shenandoah, Oak Ridge North, Conroe, and Grangerland, as well as several other smaller towns, communities, and unincorporated areas. As the ninth-largest district in Texas and the 60th-largest in the U.S., Conroe ISD serves approximately 71,000 students across 67 campuses and is one of the fastest growing districts in the State, with current enrollment growth exceeding 3,000 students per year. The District is proud to have the second-lowest tax rate in the Houston metropolitan area at $1.1146. In 2021, over 4,600 Conroe ISD employees responded anonymously to a third-party survey, resulting in Conroe ISD being named a Top Workplace by the Houston Chronicle. In 2022, the District was named as one of America’s Best-in-State Employers for Texas by Forbes.

Conroe ISD was named by Niche as the Best School District, Most Diverse School District, Best Place to Teach and the Best District for Student Athletes in Montgomery County for 2023.

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