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INTERVIEW: Dr. Curtis Null discusses the 2019 Bond Referendum

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Zach Richmond of The Richmond Realty Group RE/MAX The Woodlands and Spring talks with Dr. Curtis Null, Superintendent of Conroe ISD, about the 2019 Bond Referendum.

Watch the interview below:

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About the 2019 Bond Referendum

The 2019 bond referendum includes the construction of new schools and classroom additions to accommodate student growth; improvements and renovations to aged buildings and facilities to sustain capacity and accommodate growth; funding for Career and Technical Education facilities including robotics, automotive technology, and engineering design programs as well as an Agricultural/CTE Complex; a Teacher Training Facility; and the continuation of life cycle improvements and safety and security upgrades.

Voting and Election Notices and Dates:
– Last Day to Register to Vote – Thurs., April 4, 2019
– Early Voting – Mon., April 22 to Tues., April 30, 2019
– Election Day – Sat., May 4, 2019

Upcoming Bond Information Meetings:
– April 8, 2019 – Caney Creek High School Auditorium at 6 PM
– April 11, 2019 – Grand Oaks High School Auditorium at 6 PM
– April 15, 2019 – Oak Ridge High School Auditorium at 6 PM

Learn more about the 2019 bond referendum by visiting

Conroe ISD Bond Referendum

Thank you to Zach Richmond and The Richmond Realty Group RE/MAX The Woodlands & Spring for hosting the interview and filming location. Learn more about Zach at



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