Trustees of Round Rock Independent School District in Texas are considering asking voters next year for a $184 million school bond authorization to begin work on a plan to ease overcrowding in the Austin-area district.

Proceeds from bonds authorized by the November 2013 referendum would finance construction of the district’s 11th middle school and a new elementary school, and expansion of an existing high school.

District officials also expect to ask for a $250 million bond referendum in 2015 or 2016.


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