DALLAS — The Frisco Independent School District may test the bond market’s troubled waters this week with a $136.2 million deal.

Voters in the rapidly growing city of Frisco, 20 miles north of Dallas, overwhelmingly approved a $798 million bond package in May 2006, which is the third-largest ever passed by a Texas school system and biggest ever by a suburban district.

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