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FISD Voters Approve Bond Proposal

Posted Date: 11/08/2018

Florence ISD voters approved the district’s 7.5 million-dollar bond proposal, which will fund renovations in several major categories.  These renovations include safety and security, academic upgrades, technology and electrical upgrades, and other facility improvements.  All three campuses in Florence ISD will be positively impacted.  Major components of the proposal and plan will include the following:

  • Renovations and modifications to create more secure entries at the Middle School and High School
  • Covered walkways and fencing at the High School and Middle School
  • Additional Career and Technology Education learning space
  • Major renovations to science labs on all three campuses
  • District-wide technology improvements
  • District-wide HVAC replacements and controls
  • Roofing projects
  • Middle School kitchen renovations


Superintendent Paul Michalewicz indicated that he, along with the Board of Trustees, is very thankful for the great voter turnout and show of support for this initiative.  He further stated, “We remain dedicated to providing high quality learning spaces and safe and secure learning environments for the students we serve. The support that we have received throughout the community has been tremendous.  I want to thank the taxpayers for trusting us and supporting this plan to the benefit of our students and the community.”