DALLAS — There’s just a handful of issues set to price this week in Texas as a number of school districts postpone sales while they await reinstitution of the state’s triple-A rated school bond guarantee program. Still, one growing suburban school district plans to bring bonds to market this week following an upgrade of its underlying credit.

The Frisco Independent School District will offer $84.9 million of unlimited tax school building bonds and $13.7 million of unlimited tax refunding bonds Tuesday through a negotiated sale led by Morgan Keegan & Co. The rest of the underwriting syndicate includes Estrada Hinojosa & Co., First Southwest Co., and RBC Capital Markets.

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