DALLAS — Six new schools funded by $451 million of general obligation bonds may be the solution to how Comal Independent School District in central Texas can accommodate an expected 11,000 new students over the next 10 years.

District trustees set a special session Aug. 26 to decide whether to put on the Nov. 5 ballot the six-school bond package recommended by a 50-member facilities planning committee. That’s the last day for Texas school districts to call a bond referendum for November, with the next available date not until April 2014.

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