In 2007, Houston voters passed a $805 million bond referendum to build new schools, renovate and repair others, and upgrade and improve campus safety and security districtwide. Since then, HISD crews have been hard at work building over 15 new campuses and renovating over 100 others. Every week, a different campus based construction project will be featured here to showcase some of the amazing facility upgrades happening across HISD and to demonstrate the district’s commitment to taxpayers.
Bellfort Early Childhood Center received major renovations as part part of the 2007 bond referendum. The former medical building was remodeled to be kid friendly in order to accommodate nearly 400 pre-k and kindergarten students. Major updates were also made to the building’s mechanical, lighting, and security systems.
Click here for more information on the Bellfort Early Childhood Center bond project.
Horn Elementary moved into a brand new campus at the beginning of the 2011-12 school year as a result of the HISD Bond Program. The new building was designed with input from the school’s staff and includes larger classrooms, a brand new computer lab, and two science labs. Since the new building opened, enrollment is now up at the school.
Click here for a virtual tour of Horn Elementary.
Click here for more information on the Horn bond project.
Crockett Elementary School campus had major renovations as well as a 14,500 square foot addition as a result of the HISD Bond Program. The improvements to the building complement the fine arts magnet program at the school that serves students in grades Pre-K through 5.
Click here for more information on the Crockett bond project.
DeChaumes Elementary moved into a new campus in the fall of 2012. The HISD neighborhood school serves over 750 students in Pre-k to grade 5. The new building features lots of open spaces, state of the art technology, and is designed to meet LEED standards.
Click here for a virtual tour of DeChaumes.
Click here for more information on the DeChaumes bond project.