Bond would expand College Station school district infrastructure

February 16, 2024

College Station Independent School District (CSISD) officials are asking voters to approve a $53.4 million bond measure in May to renovate a high school fieldhouse, expand a pair of athletic stadiums and upgrade four baseball/softball facilities. Early voting runs from April 22 to April 30, with election day May 4.

Voter approval would allocate $40.2 million to support work on A&M Consolidated High School’s fieldhouse. This includes expanding and renovating the weight room, adding two classrooms and relocating the coaches’ offices. The district would add and renovate lockers, upgrading flooring and paint and build a larger area for sports medicine.

The project’s scope would include adding 1,062 seats to the athletic stadium’s capacity and rebuilding the press box, restrooms and concessions as a unified structure. Plans also include renovating  home and visitor entrances, rebuilding ticket booths, resurfacing the track and installing a scoreboard.

Additionally, the bond would allow the CSISD to expand College Station High’s athletic stadium by 1,727 seats, resurface the track, add restrooms, make concrete and press box repairs and add a scoreboard.

The bond would also provide $13.2 million to renovate four baseball and softball stadiums — a project that calls for converting grass fields to artificial turf and installing LEDs for all facilities. Additionally, plans include expanding seating and renovating the press box and ticket booth at A&M Consolidate High School’s softball stadium, in addition to adjusting sidewalks and parking to accommodate site improvements.

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Paul Stinson

Paul Stinson has more than 15 years of journalism experience, including a decade covering the legislative and regulatory affairs of Texas, South Africa, and Germany for an affiliate of Bloomberg, L.P. His experience includes covering voting rights and the sectors of environment, energy, labor, healthcare, and taxes. Stinson joined the team in October as a reporter for SPI’s news publications, which include Government Contracting Pipeline, Texas Government Insider, and the newly-launched Government Market News. He is also a Fulbright Scholar to Germany, and an Arthur F. Burns Fellow. He holds a master’s in journalism from Indiana University.   

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