DALLAS — The trustees of Hutto Independent School District decided to hold a bond election on May 10 seeking $138.4 million for a second high school and two more elementary schools to house a growing enrollment that has been increasing by 20% annually.

The bond referendum will be split in two propositions: one for $128.5 million for the new campuses and another for $9.9 million for a natatorium for swimmers. Some proceeds from the debt will finance land acquisitions for future schools and a seating expansion at the district’s football stadium.

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