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Voters To Consider 2 Propositions On May 1 Cumby ISD Bond Election Ballot
Apr18

Voters To Consider 2 Propositions On May 1 Cumby ISD Bond Election Ballot

Early voting begins this week in the Cumby ISD bond election. Voters are asked to consider two bond propositions, one for facilities improvements and construction of a new high school, and a second, contingent on the first, for athletic facilities. Cumby ISD bond Voters within Cumby ISD may cast their choice either for or against both Proposition A and Proposition B from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday-Friday, April 19-23 and April 26-27,...

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Cumby ISD Trustees Canvass May 1 Bond Election Returns, Hire Architectural Firm
May08

Cumby ISD Trustees Canvass May 1 Bond Election Returns, Hire Architectural Firm

May 1 and May 6, 2021, were historic days for Cumby ISD. The voters approved two bond propositions for a new high school and ag shop, and facilities improvements at the other campuses, and a new track last Saturday. Cumby ISD Board of Trustees followed that up on Thursday night with the canvassing of the vote from the May 1 bond election and approval of a contract for the design and other documents related to the school bond projects....

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Cumby ISD Supt. Slaughter Visits With KSST About May 1 Bond Election
Apr20

Cumby ISD Supt. Slaughter Visits With KSST About May 1 Bond Election

Shelly Slaughter is a 17-year employee of Cumby ISD, having also served as Elementary Principal and High School Principal On Tuesday April 20, 2021, Cumby ISD Superintendent Shelly Slaughter appeared on the KSST Good Morning Show regarding the 2021 Cumby School Bond Election. During the interview, Slaughter stated that anyone who pays Cumby school taxes and who is a registered voter is eligible to vote in the May 1 election. Or they...

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Cumby ISD Hosting Three Virtual Community Meetings To Discuss Bond Election
Mar31

Cumby ISD Hosting Three Virtual Community Meetings To Discuss Bond Election

Cumby ISD has scheduled three virtual community meetings in April to discuss the $7.34 million facilities bond proposal and a $600,000 optional bond proposition to improve athletic facilities. Upcoming Community Meetings To give community members a chance to voice any questions or concerns they may have regarding the bond proposals, Cumby ISD has scheduled three community meetings prior to early voting, which starts April 19. The...

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Cumby ISD Board Of Trustees Calls For A 2-Proposition Bond Election
Feb12

Cumby ISD Board Of Trustees Calls For A 2-Proposition Bond Election

Cumby ISD Board of Trustees, during their regular February meeting Thursday night, called for a special 2-proposition bond election to be held May 1, 2021. This is the second time the board has called for a bond election for facilities improvements in the last few years. Cumby ISD voters were asked during the Nov. 5, 2019 election to consider approving a school bond to expand the elementary campus, which would require moving the...

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Cumby ISD Board Considering Calling For A Bond Election For Renovations, New Additions
Feb01

Cumby ISD Board Considering Calling For A Bond Election For Renovations, New Additions

Cumby ISD Board is considering calling for a bond election to be held May 1, 2021, which would fund safety and security improvements, renovations to the existing high school and elementary building, construction of a new school building and ag shop, and prepare the district for potential future growth. Cumby ISD The school board and administrators presented information regarding the potential bond election during community meeting...

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Cumby ISD To Hold Board, Community Meeting To Discuss Potential 2021 Bond Election
Jan29

Cumby ISD To Hold Board, Community Meeting To Discuss Potential 2021 Bond Election

Cumby ISD Board of Trustees have a full morning ahead Saturday, with a school board meeting at 7:30 a.m. and a Cumby ISD Community Meeting at 8:30 a.m., followed by a board training session. The morning meetings will be available for virtual streaming and may also be accessed by phone. Cumby Elementary School Entrance “Everyone has the option of face to face, Zoom, or YouTube Live. The meeting will be recorded and downloaded on...

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Cumby ISD Master Planning, Possible Bond Election To Be Discussed At Jan. 30 Meeting
Jan12

Cumby ISD Master Planning, Possible Bond Election To Be Discussed At Jan. 30 Meeting

Cumby ISD Board of Trustees are again considering calling a bond election to fund improvements at the school. Cumby ISD voters were asked during the Nov. 5, 2019 election to consider approving a school bond. In the early ballots, 60 percent of voters were in favor of the bond for school improvements and 40 percent voted against it. However, once Election Day totals were in, the bond was defeated by only 10 votes. Trustees and...

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Cumby ISD Calling For Bond Election For Elementary Expansion, Security Updates
Feb14

Cumby ISD Calling For Bond Election For Elementary Expansion, Security Updates

Cumby Independent School District Board of Trustees are again calling for a bond election for much-needed improvements and renovation at the elementary campus, and associated construction and renovations. Cumby ISD voters also were asked during the Nov. 5, 2019 election to consider approving the bond. In the early ballots, 60 percent of voters were in favor of the bond for school improvements and 40 percent voted against it. However,...

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Early Voting Begins Monday In Cumby Mayor, NHISD School Board, Cumby ISD Bond And Constitutional Amendment Elections
Oct23

Early Voting Begins Monday In Cumby Mayor, NHISD School Board, Cumby ISD Bond And Constitutional Amendment Elections

Early voting by personal appearance begins Monday, Oct. 21, in the Constitutional Amendments, Cumby ISD, North Hopkins ISD and Cumby mayoral elections. Early voting begins Monday in three local elections — the North Hopkins Independent School District Board of Trustees, City of Cumby Mayor and Cumby ISD bond — as well as for 10 proposed amendments to the Texas Constitution. All Texas voters are asked to cast ballots for 10...

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