DALLAS — Frisco Independent School District, Texas, is planning a general obligation bond referendum in May that will provide for an enrollment of 62,000 students in the fast-growing north Dallas suburb.

The district is wrapping up work on one high school and about to begin construction on another new high school and two elementary schools. The projects are the final phase of a $798 million bond program approved by voters in 2006.

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