The Pasadena Independent School District is seeking approval from voters next week for $270.1 million of general obligation bonds to finance new facilities needed to accommodate the Houston-area district’s rapid growth.

Superintendent Kirk Lewis said the PISD hopes to take advantage of low construction costs to build a high school, three middle schools, and five replacement campuses for older facilities. No tax increase will be needed, he said.

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